Aug. 18, 2019

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PM attends SADC summit

1 day, 17 hours ago

RCL leader suspended

1 day, 18 hours ago

Farmers at ease

MASERU – Wool and mohair famers can finally have a breather after five companies were yesterday awarded brokering licenses to operate in Lesotho.

1 day, 18 hours ago

Moseneke back in Lesotho

MASERU – Hardly a fortnight after he left Lesotho, the Southern African Development Community (SADC) facilitator to Lesotho, Justice Dikgang Moseneke is back in the country again.

3 days, 21 hours ago

Matlama ready for Angolans

MASERU – Matlama’s head coach Charles Manda is confident that his charges will up their game when they meet Petro De Luanda in Angola on August 23 in the second leg of CAF Champio…

2 days, 22 hours ago


A Day in the Life of a Vegetable Farmer in Lesotho: Thabo Lefatle

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LHWP II Polihali western access road contracts awarded


Wool brokerage opens up for competition

MASERU - Five more competitors in the wool and mohair promotion business are set to compete with Thaba-Busiu Wool Centre following award of new licenses for brokers and auctioneering.

Sera cleared to join Celtic

MASERU – Premier League top goal scorer, Motebang Nyepetsi Sera who recently joined ABSA Premier League outfit Bloemfontein Celtic is now eligible to…

ABC mud-slinging rages on

MASERU – Youth league president of the Democratic Congress (DC) Moeketsi Shale on Tuesday took a shot at members of the new National Executive Commit…

Justice Ramodibeli is late

MASERU - The retired former Chief Justice Michael Mathealira Ramobibedi, has died at the age of 74 after succumbing to an undisclosed illness on Wedn…


Teacher rapes learner at school

MAFETENG – A Mafeteng LEC primary school teacher who allegedly raped his 13-year-old pupil is expec…

Police cross-border operations succeed

MASERU – Lesotho police and their South African counterparts have recovered over 130 stolen livesto…

LHWP II Polihali western access road contracts awarded

MASERU - The Lesotho Highlands Development Authority (LHDA) has awarded two separate contracts for the construction of the Polihali Western Access Road (PWAR) West and the Polih…

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Experts aim to transform agriculture sector

MASERU – Food insecurity remains a huge challenge for Lesotho with one quarter of the population estimated to be malnourished, equating to about 475 000 people.

By Kabelo Masoabi

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Basotho want food, not political changes or elections

MASERU - A vast number of Basotho could find themselves living much below the poverty line if the current political situation in the country continues, where government stability is in question and thereby affecting the already poor service delivery. Prime Minister Thomas Thabane has already conced…

By Lawrence Keketso

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Preparing Africa’s graduates for today’s jobs

Experts call for modernising school curricula to match a rapidly changing labour market Africa Renewal reports that many Africans with advanced qualifications are finding their university degrees are just not enough to land a job in the current market.

By Raphael Obonyo

Likuena face Ethiopia in World Cup preliminaries

MASERU – Likuena have been drawn against Ethiopia's Wallias at the 2022 World cup preliminary stages after a draw for the 14 lowly ranked African nations’ teams was conducted in Cairo, Egypt on Monday.

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