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Lesotho participates in junior tennis championship

Nine Lesotho tennis players are currently participating in a two-week junior championship for 12 Southern African countries hosted by Namibia since last week. This was said in an interview with LENA on Sunday by Lesotho Lawn Tennis Association (LLTA) Public ...

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Phafane guns for COSAFA presidency

Phafane guns for COSAFA presidency

The Lesotho Football Association (LEFA) president, Advocate Salemane Phafane, is now targeting the higher international football post in the Southern African region after his name was nominated for the Council of Southern Africa Football Association (COSAFA) presidency this week. Phafane ...

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Namibia thrash Lesotho in netball

Namibia thrash Lesotho in netball

Namibia’s national under-20 netball team thrashed Lesotho 41-14 in their opening game of the 2016 African Union Sports Council (AUSC) Region Five u20 Youth Games underway in Luanda, Angola. The game took place on Saturday, with Namibia dominating all four ...

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FIFA cracks the whip

FIFA cracks the whip

The International Football Association (FIFA) has today banned former South African Football Association (FA) president Kirsten Nematandani from football for 5 years. FIFA has also banned former president of Zimbabwe FA, ex-coach of Togo’s national team from soccer-related activities for ...

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Hapless Makoanyane XI trounced 8-0

Hapless Makoanyane XI trounced 8-0

Lesotho Under-20 were on Wednesday night annihilated by Amajita, South Africa Under-20 in their opening COSAFA cup clash played at Moruleng Stadium in South Africa. South Africa put on the pressure from the start as they produced three attacks in ...

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Writer calls Lesotho ‘punching bag’

Although the Zebras of Botswana have secured a friendly match with Lesotho’s Likoena, they have very little regard for Lesotho – a punching bag – in international football. According to Mmegi Newspaper reporter, Mqondisi Dube, Zebras coach, Peter Butler, is ...

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