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Lesotho Times 20h
Your frontpage. Grab your copy!! Available in the streets, leading shops and service stations nationwide.
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I have a story to tell Sep 13
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Sunday Express Jul 11
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I have a story to tell Aug 9
Today 's reads , & ..."Sechele fights from the grave" "Govt gives in to workers' M2 000 demand" "Ministers fume over leaked document"
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Sunday Express Mar 3
Our Frontpage. Available in leading shops nationwide!!
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I have a story to tell Sep 17
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I have a story to tell Sep 14
Friday reads, & "Prime Minister slams West, lauds , rebuffs mohair growers. " call off strike" slams police
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I have a story to tell Sep 6
Friday reads,,"Public procurement under spotlight,'epong stops admissions" reports that," ambassador urges use of clinics,"Victory for teachers who will now legally go on strike."
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I have a story to tell Sep 6
"Teachers have won the case against government so their strike is granted," by Moruti Isaac Ts'ehla LS
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Lesotho Times Aug 31
UPON her arrival in the global fashion capital, , Mahadi Granier knew she had to take African designers to a new level.
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Lesotho Times Aug 24
THE local sector recorded a 7 percent increase in accommodation revenue in 2017, a recently released report has said.
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Lesotho Times Aug 24
SOUTHERN African Development Community soldiers are now set to leave after regional leaders rejected Prime Minister Thomas Thabane’s bid to extend their mandate by a further three months.
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Lesotho Times Aug 24
PRIME Minister Thomas Thabane says the National Leaders Forum will go ahead today as planned with presidents Hage Geingob and Edgar Lungu expected to attend on behalf of the .
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I have a story to tell Aug 16
's front page today reminds of one poster back in 2015, "Mahao 's wife fingers " finger finger 😂😂😂😂
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I have a story to tell Aug 16
Lesotho reads today from & , "Labour Ministry graft bared" "Minister fingered in shady deal" "D-day for factory workers"
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Lesotho Times Jul 28
A SOMBRE atmosphere briefly engulfed the state house this week when the Deputy Prime Minister Monyane Moleleki recounted his successful battle to overcome an aggressive form of tonsil .
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Lesotho Times Jul 28
ANOTHER first-year student has died at the increasingly infamous Lerotholi Polytechnic orientation week. He becomes the sixth victim of the school’s horrific bullying and torture since 2009.
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Lesotho Times Jul 14
THE Water and Sewage Company must deal with its inefficiencies or find alternative means to fund their capital projects instead of burdening consumers with annual tariff increases.
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Lesotho Times Jul 14
ENTREPRENEURS must plan properly before getting into business to avoid suffering great losses, business consultant Sam Mphaka, has said.
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Lesotho Times Jul 7
A COUNTRY-WIDE go-slow strike action by magistrates has brought the country’s lower courts to a virtual standstill.
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