Published: Tuesday, 02 February 2016 07:42
MOKHOTLONG- Sechaba sa Popa Lebatooeng la Sengu # 78 se re tlhokahalo ea metsi ke taba e se tšoentseng.
Puisanong le Lentsoe la Sechaba, Monghali Rametoro Nchela o re tlhokahalo ea metsi ke taba e bonahalang e atile naha ka bophara ka lebaka la komello e bonahetseng likhoeling tsa ho feta. Monghali Nchela a supa hore lenyora lena ha se la sechaba feela empa le liphoofolo le tsona li bonahala li e shoa ka lebaka la lenyora.A boela a hlakisa hore kahar’e ho metse ea bona, sechaba se lokela ho tsohella selibeng esale ka meso e le hore motho a tle a fumane bonyane mokhoa oa ho kha le haele ka linkho tse peli e le sebakeng sa ho pheha le ho noa ka matlung.
Published: Tuesday, 02 February 2016 07:16
MASERU – Limkokwing University of Creative Technology (LUCT), through its sub-division, Heal the World Foundation, provides a conducive atmosphere for high school students to realize their dreams in life by providing money for their school fees. One of such lucky students is Limpho Makhetha who emerged as one of the top two students in Lesotho General Certificate Secondary Education (LGCSE) results.
Speaking to Informative, ’Makhenene Harris, Senior Marketing Executive Officer at LUCT pointed out that LUCT ploughs back to the community by paying school fees for 62 high school students annually through its Heal the
Published: Tuesday, 02 February 2016 07:00
MASERU- Born and bred in the sleeping village of Rothe on the outskirts of Maseru, the capital city, where unemployment and poverty are rife, ‘Mapoloko Namane, did not let her hopes hang in the air when things did not pan out as expected.
Namane, a mother of three who was once a radio presenter on a local radio station where she proved to thousands of her listeners that she has the potential to transform lives of many through her courageous words, said women have the potential to transform their countries’ economies.
Unlike many women of her age who usually resort to subsistence agriculture to eke out their living, this keen woman decided to use technological skills to mix indigenous herbs in a bid to save the lives of Basotho.
Published: Tuesday, 26 January 2016 06:31
MASERU - Metropolitan Lesotho has donated a M700, 000 grant to the Department of Animal Science, in the Faculty of Agriculture at the National University of Lesotho (NUL) yesterday to establish a Yoghurt Processing Unit that will increase the scale of yoghurt production.
The Vice-Chancellor of NUL Professor Nqosa Mahao commended Metropolitan Lesotho for the funds and stated that they have adopted a strategic plan as NUL that seeks to transform the way the university has been undertaking its vocation and the way the university seeks to reposition itself in relation to society.
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