By Khanyile Mlotshwa WHEN he delivered that most fiery speech at Winnie Mandela’s funeral in Soweto last year, Economic Freedom Front (EFF) Commander in Chief Julius Malema, told mourners how the late heroine had told him that he should return to the ruling African National Congress (ANC).
By Kiram Tadesse THE African Union Commission (AUC) on April this year, launched a new continental project dubbed “1 million by 2021 Initiative”. Convened by the Bureau of the Chairperson and the Department of Human Resources, Science and Technology of the AUC,...
By Anthony Schreiner Maseru - THOMAS Thabane’s second coalition government, hangs by thread in what politicians have said portends a bleak future for the country’s politics. The second coalition government is barely in its second year. Haunted by in house party factions coupled...
By Anthony Schreiner Lesotho wool and mohair farmers are outraged at a government decision that bars them from exporting their produce to South African brokers despite a High court ruling nullifying the newly enacted Agriculture Marketing (Wool and Mohair Licensing) (Amendment) Regulations, 2018 which award the sole monopoly to handle exports...
By Ray Matikinye Zimbabwe is desperate for fresh lines of concessional lending to recapacitate its ailing economy -hamstrung by decades of corruption and mismanagement, stoking dire foreign currency shortages causing it to weltering on its economic vision. Because it is shunned by international lenders for defaulting on previous debt, this has largely...