One of the executive facilities at Molengoane Lodge and Conference Centre

Couple blazing hospitality trail

  Mamothe and Phano Mohapi living their dream 20 years after venturing into the country’s hospitality sector Tsitsi Matope Ha-Molengoane is known for its wild horses and breathtaking scenery, bo...
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Queen II rises from the ashes

  Tsitsi Matope Queen Elizabeth II Hospital is back to life once again, with the cry of babies following medical interventions that induce a little pain to save their fragile lives, confirming t...
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Nazareth’s hidden treasure

  The enchanting story of Ha-Baroana Caves and the singing Liphiring river  Tsitsi Matope The dry and golden maizefields of Ha-Matela village in Nazareth tell a story common throughout Lesotho —...
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End is nigh for sanitation woes

  …as M25 million project is launched in Maseru Tsitsi Matope A death trap. That was how ‘Mathatohatsi Monyatsi this week described her household toilet situated in what looked like an abandoned...
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Old water plant leaves Maseru vulnerable

Tsitsi Matope IF the water-sprinklers could talk, they would complain of how they are made to sprinkle the evergreen lawns in some of Maseru’s leafy suburbs, even on rainy days. The numerous car-wash...
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Roads Dept fights losing battle

. . . as vandals wreak havoc on infrastructure By Tsitsi Matope MASERU — The Lesotho Times last week witnessed a farmer driving his span of plough-drawing oxen down the newly-constructed Maseru-to-Ma...