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Hlalele has vision for a better Lesotho

1 Apostle Hlalele helps a cancer victim

1 Apostle Hlalele restores a visually impaired person

MASERU – Many people in Lesotho have lost hope because of the current social, economic and political atmosphere in the country, but they need to know that there is hope and salvation through the God our Father and His son Jesus Christ the Saviour.

This was the message from Apostle Simon Hlalele during the Wind of Change Church’s ‘Days of the Supernatural’ one-day crusade held at the Manthabiseng Convention Centre in Maseru on Sunday, March 12 2017.

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Children’s cancer awareness held at Pitso Ground

Cancer Advocate and NonCommunicable

Cancer Advocate and NonCommunicable diseases MOH Sejojo Phaaroe

MASERU- As a continuation of celebrating World Cancer Day which was on the 4th February 2017, Ministry of Health (MOH), in partnership with Red Cross, Sports 24/7 and the Baylor College of Medicine (Bristol UK) and the Myers Squibb Children’s Clinical Centre of Excellence Lesotho held a children’s cancer awareness event on Saturday at Pitso Ground at Sea Point, Maseru.

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