200 years’ worth of Lesotho’s economic history repeating itself

By Nicole Tau In his new book, Commerce as Politics, Economic Historian, Sean Maliehe, analyses and documents the systematic odds that Basotho have had

Online Learning draws a wedge between teachers and learners

By Nicole Tau In Lesotho, learners are among the hardest hit by the COVID-19 pandemic as the country goes into the second phase of

Outcry over Primary and High School examinations

Pulane Chaka Examinations Council of Lesotho (ECOL), amid fears of the COVID-19, has sparked an outcry by publishing a call for payments of examinations

Online training to empower journalists on digital security

Itumeleng Koleile MNN Centre for Investigative Journalism will run on Friday 19th facilitate an online media training on digital security, social media, and journalism

South African schools reopening delayed

Matiisetso Mosala Logistical delays in delivery of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) to school in various provinces has prompted the Republic of South Africa to

Cross-border students flock to High Commission for permits

…as South African lowers lockdown to level 3, re-opening schools for grade 7 and 12. Matiisetso Mosala Tens of Basotho students studying in South

Basotho students studying in SA expected in schools

Matiisetso Mosala Grade 7 and 12 students attending school in South Africa are expected back in school from June 1st after President Cyril Ramaphosa