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Likuena to play against Zebras in Gaborone

Likuena to play against Zebras in Gaborone

Maseru – Lesotho’s senior soccer squad Likuena is set to face their Botswana’s counterparts Zebras in an international friendly match to be played in Gaborone, Botswana on March 24. The match will be played during the Federation of International Football Association (FIFA) Calendar. Speaking in an interview, Likuena Team Manager Mr. Rantsubise Matete said Botswana Football Association (BFA) has accepted ...

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Lesotho’s first TV series to hit big screens

Lesotho’s first TV series to hit big screens

Our Times, a new full HD drama series is in negotiations with big screens to show cast its episodes. The series Director, Executive Producer and owner Motheea Mpharoane indicated that they are not only negotiating business with the state Television Lesotho TV, they also negotiating with big screens such as SABC1, E TV, M Net (Mzansi Magic), African channel in ...

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Lesotho seeks Barbados’ help to develop tourism

Lesotho seeks Barbados’ help to develop tourism

The African nation of Lesotho is seeking Barbados’ help in developing its tourism industry. Lesotho High Commissioner to Barbados Dr Mathabo Tsepa recently held talks with Barbados Prime Minister Freundel Stuart, expressing an interest in drawing on Barbados’ expertise in the area. According to Tsepa, Lesotho is looking to improve its tourism sector enough to make it the country’s main ...

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Portmarnock students come to Lesotho

Portmarnock students come to Lesotho

The students, parents and teachers from Portmarnock Community School are once again preparing for their charity mission to Lesotho in Africa, which they will depart on in February. The County Council’s staff charity, Helping Hand Fund has allocated over E150,000 to local, national and international charities since 2006 and this year Portmarnock based charity, Action Ireland Trust was nominated the ...

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Namibia reduces police contingent in Lesotho

Namibia has reduced its police contingent on peacekeeping mission to 15 from 39 initially deployed, as the situation in the restive mountainous kingdom improved, Foreign Affairs Minister Netumbo Nandi-Ndaitwah said on Monday. The law-enforcement officials are part of the Southern African Development Community (SADC) Politics, Defence and Security observation mission, that was dispatched in September last year to ensure peace ...

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