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Lesotho Times Jan 15
THE government has handed Seaboard Overseas and Trading, which operates the Flour Mills, a short lifeline after it awarded the company a one-year contract extension with effect from 1 January 2019.
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Lesotho Times Jan 15
THE All Convention (ABC)’s Koro-Koro constituency committee has made good on its promise to petition the courts for an order to nullify the disqualification of Professor Nqosa Mahao from contesting the party’s deputy leader post.
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Lesotho Times Jan 15
THE beleaguered Koro-Koro constituency committee has launched a broadside at All Convention Youth League president, Tšoloane Maphasa, accusing him of not being a bona fide card-carrying member of the party.
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Lesotho Times Jan 15
THE government’s financial hurdles have forced the cabinet to direct the Ministry of Transport and Public Works to outsource some of its services, among them the provision of vehicle registration plates, to improve efficiency.
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Lesotho Times Jan 14
THE government’s financial hurdles have forced the cabinet to direct the Ministry of Transport and Public Works to outsource some of its services, among them the provision of vehicle registration plates, to improve efficiency.
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Lesotho Times Jan 14
KHOTSONG Lodge has temporarily shut down operations to make way for renovations and operational restructuring that will see the majority of its employees being laid off.
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Lesotho Times Jan 13
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Lehlohonolo Chefa Jan 10
Nthane Brothers driver was shot and killed after he had accident earlier today. This is the same company that has just won a tender for construct a road to Polihali Dam cc
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Lesotho Times Jan 10
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Lesotho Times Jan 6
FORMER Prime Minister and outgoing leader of the main opposition Democratic Congress Pakalitha Mosisili says he had wanted to quit way back in 2012 but his supporters “begged” him to stay on.
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Lesotho Times Jan 6
SOULFUL house music DJ, , says his newly released album, Opulence Lesson 2, has sold extremely well since its release last month.
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Lesotho Times Jan 6
coach James Madidilane is confident his side will rise to the occasion when they face Rangers of in a Confederations Cup play-off first leg at Stadium next weekend.
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Lesotho Times Jan 6
ACCUSSING Prime Minister Thomas Thabane’s coalition of gross incompetence and mismanagement, outgoing leader, Pakalitha Mosisili, has urged all opposition parties — in and out of parliament — to unite and “save the nation”.
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Lesotho Times Jan 6
THE parliamentary portfolio committee on law and public safety has summoned Police and Public Safety Minister ‘Mampho Mokhele and Police Commissioner Holomo Molibeli over the alleged killing of a villager by the police at Kao in Butha Buthe.
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Lesotho Times Jan 6
DEMOCRATIC Congress supporters, who attended the party’s rally in in this week, embarrassed their deputy secretary general Tlohang Sekhamane when they booed him while he was introducing himself.
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Lesotho Times Jan 6
INTERNAL rifts in the ruling All Convention are worsening after the party’s Koro-Koro constituency committee vowed to challenge its suspension in the courts.
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Lesotho Times Jan 6
LUCAPA has been handed a massive boost by the Industrial Development Corporation of South Africa which has approved a M100 million (US$7 million) loan to the mining company which operates the Mine in .
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Nthakoana Ngatane Jan 5
I’m watching with interest as some get appalled by “interference” of the First Lady in Government business I also watch as it becomes normal for people to queue for days for services I wonder who should speak for the voiceless if their plight isn’t headline news stuff?
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Lesotho Times Jan 5
WOOL and farmers endured a dry festive period after failing to receive payments for trading their fabric through the Wool Centre .
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