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By Kefiloe Kajane In Lesotho the district that is renowned for farming is Leribe as it has many farmers, but one of the better known commercial farmers of Mafeteng, Khahliso Seseli wants to buck that trend and put his district on the map too.
By Kefiloe Kajane The Lesotho National Development Corporation (LNDC) set aside M410million investment aimed at boosting local businesses. This is according to LNDC chief executive officer Mohato Seleke who was speaking at one of the corporation’s district roadshows in Mafeteng.
By Kefiloe Kajane Going through a period of bad skin has led to ‘Makhalalelo Mosoeu producing her own skin products by the name of Leafglow Health and Beauty Products. Mosoeu is now the proud owner of one of the more well-known...
Concerned at the high youth unemployment rate in Lesotho, the Relationships Inspiring Social Enterprise (rise) is raising funds to build an enterprise hub that can propel over 100 young entrepreneurs per year towards a brighter future. Rise is looking for 50 forward-thinking architects who...
By Kefiloe Kajane After having a child and struggling to find a reliable babysitter that she could trust her baby’s life with while she furthered her studies, ‘Mamosa Tsepa awoke to the reality that she was not the only mother experiencing nanny problems.
By Neo Mathibe Rapper Tṧepo James Kabi, aka Moddaw, who hails from Mokhotlong, has ventured into farming and he is already making waves. Moddaw is originally from Mokhotlong Thialala, even though he is known to be from Leribe and Botha-Bothe because...
By Neo Kolane Big Belly Ice Cream has become the talk of the town and all people are heading to Lerakong Khubetsoana to have a taste of the different ice cream flavors and to witness the creativity that comes with the sweet taste.
By Kefiloe Kajane As job opportunities continue to become ever so scarce by the day, many of Lesotho’s young people are resorting to entrepreneurship. One hitch though: accessibility to start-up capital is just as elusive. Some of these youth are three...
By Neo Kolane Toilet paper is an everyday essential and it may stay in demand forever, according to 32-year old Tšepiso Lesenyeho who has a desire to contribute to making Lesotho a self-sufficient country, especially with essential needs. Lesenyeho was born...
By Kefiloe Kajane Global Marketing is a holding company founded and owned by Musa Maema, and has Global Cabs as one of its subsidiary companies. Maema says Global Marketing was created to help, motivate and give tips to small businesses, with...