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Chaotic wool, mohair laws harmful: buyers

KANANELO BOLOETSE

MASERU -Chaotic enforcement of new regulations on the sale of wool and mohair could cripple the local industry and leave producers out of pocket, a group of international buyers has warned.

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Mokaloba to command Sadc troops

Staff Reporters

MASERU – Lesotho Defence Force (LDF) Inspector-General Ramanka Mokaloba has been appointed Force Commander for next month’s two-week Sadc military exercise UMODZI in Malawi, as the regional body escalates preparations for creation of its standby force.

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Prince urges leaders to respect reforms

BONGIWE ZIHLANGU

MASERU – Matsieng Principal Chief Seeiso Bereng Seeiso has appealed to all stakeholders to multi-sectoral reform process to guarantee its success despite an opposition decision this week to pull out of the process over Chief Justice Nthomeng Majara’s suspension.

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Spotlight on Sexhosa, Sephuthi in Lesotho

’MATHATISI SEBUSI

MASERU – Teaching has always been ’Maretšepile Maretha’s passion and mentoring young children in both their mother tongue Sesotho and English is easy for her and her young learners making communication between the two sides a walk in the park.

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Women take a stand against Gender Based Violence

TSITSI MATOPE

MASERU - WOMEN in Lesotho are taking a bolder stand against gender-based violence amid disappointment that the government has not yet responded to their Memorandum of Demands (MoD), which they submitted on August 1 this year.

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Fresh bid to stop govt’s fleet tender

KANANELO BOLOETSE

MASERU – A local company, Kinskay Voyage, has launched an extraordinary court application in the High Court seeking to block the government’s bid to procure services of a local fleet management company to oversee its fleet.