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Vodacom tones to help artistes make money

Vodacom tones to help artistes make money

ShareLERATO MATHEKA MASERU — Vodacom subscribers can now test the new Meloli welcome tones service, which not only makes calling fun but also helps local artistes collect money for their music. The service was launched last week Tuesday and has over 400 songs from Lesotho, South Africa and the rest of Africa. Speaking to Public […]

Monday, September 28th, 2015 11:23 am GMT +2 | Posted in Lifestyle | Read More »

Treat yourself as a business

Treat yourself as a business

Share. . . Oskido advises Vodacom Superstar finalists LERATO MATHEKA MASERU — Oskido has advised Vodacom Superstar finalists to treat themselves as businesses even beyond the music and dance competition. “Find your position in the industry, know what you want, treat yourself as a business and be aware of the business around you then take […]

Monday, September 28th, 2015 11:21 am GMT +2 | Posted in Lifestyle | Read More »

‘Paltry’ payment riles Famo artistes

‘Paltry’ payment riles Famo artistes

ShareLERATO MATHEKA MASERU — Two famo artistes said the paltry M2 500 payment they have been promised for performing at the Love Lesotho Festival scheduled for tomorrow at Morija was disappointing. Famo artistes Lesoetsa and Mohale os Lioling revealed to Public Eye they were offered M2 500 and M3 500 payment respectively adding they were […]

Monday, September 28th, 2015 11:20 am GMT +2 | Posted in Lifestyle | Read More »

Jiji F pokes fun at Jamaica’s Sizzla

Jiji F pokes fun at Jamaica’s Sizzla

ShareRETHABILE MOHONO MASERU – “I personally don’t consider Sizzla as an Icon anymore, it’s sad that an international artiste performed for 20 bucks at 4fordy of all places, on a Wednesday which is traditionally a karaoke day, it’s a shame . . . .” This was said by the Lesotho’s youngest trending hip hop star […]

Monday, September 28th, 2015 11:19 am GMT +2 | Posted in Lifestyle | Read More »

Pomp and fanfare as arts weekend opens

Pomp and fanfare as arts weekend opens

ShareLERATO MATHEKA AND RETHABILE MOHONO MASERU — The Cultural, Arts and Innovation weekend roared into live on Monday when Basotho paraded the streets of Maseru in cultural wear accompanied by spinning BMW “matchbox” cars, bikes and tripling horses catching all the attention. The carnival commenced at Manthabiseng Convention Centre to Maseru Club where Basotho exhibited […]

Monday, September 28th, 2015 11:18 am GMT +2 | Posted in Lifestyle | Read More »

The Comics and Realities of Retirement

The Comics and Realities of Retirement

ShareComedy is a blunt and direct theatrical that confronts us at some stage in life and leaves us either giggling or feeling sheepish. Retirement is not a favourable topic because of a number of societal and economic scotomas, some of which, I wish to unravel in this article. You may wish to laugh at some […]

Friday, September 25th, 2015 12:31 pm GMT +2 | Posted in Business, Lifestyle, Workplace | Read More »

727 graduate at LUCT

727 graduate at LUCT

ShareRETHABILE MOHONO MASERU – A total of 727 graduates were awarded degrees in seven different faculties during the fifth Limkokwing University of Creative Technology (LUCT) graduation ceremony held last Thursday. The seven faculties comprise communication media and broadcasting, business and globalization, information technology, design and innovation, creativity in tourism and hospitality as well as architecture […]

Friday, September 25th, 2015 12:27 pm GMT +2 | Posted in Lifestyle | Read More »

Mathato Matlanyane: a woman of the people

Mathato Matlanyane: a woman of the people

ShareMADINGANE MALIEHE MASERU – When Nkhono ’Mathato Matlanyane’s four children decided to plan a surprise birthday party for her, none of them knew it would turn out to be such a big event. On the day of the party it soon became clear that such a senior citizen whose life has touched many fully deserved […]

Friday, September 25th, 2015 12:20 pm GMT +2 | Posted in Lifestyle, Personalities | Read More »

Benefits of exclusive breastfeeding

Benefits of exclusive breastfeeding

ShareExclusive breastfeeding for the first six months has been carefully documented as one of the best decisions any mother can take in ensuring that both her child and herself live longer. Amongst the many advantages of exclusive breastfeeding documented by World Health Organisation (WHO) are; lower risk of gastrointestinal infection for the baby, more rapid […]

Friday, September 25th, 2015 12:17 pm GMT +2 | Posted in Health, Interview, Lifestyle | Read More »

‘Every woman counts’: LPPA

‘Every woman counts’: LPPA

SharePASCALINAH KABI LERIBE – Quietly sharing her plate of samp, chicken and vegetables with her 14 month-old child, 18-year-old *Libuseng Kimela fell pregnant before her 18th birthday. And she is not alone. Though falling pregnant out of wedlock, let alone while still schooling, is taboo in many parts of Africa (Lesotho included), Kimela did not […]

Friday, September 25th, 2015 11:56 am GMT +2 | Posted in Features, Lifestyle | Read More »