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By Neo Kolane The ministry of education and training has announced the immediate closure of primary and high schools following the recent surge in Covid-19 cases in the country. According to a Sunday communication from the ministry, schools will resume classes on August 1 2021, and no school is permitted to...
By Teboho Serutla Molapo High School in Leribe says the school management has been advised to release all grade 12 and 10 learners, temporarily from school. This advice from the National COVID-19 Secretariat (NACOSEC) follows a report of positive cases in students in some classes. NACOSEC has been taking efforts as a...
By Kefiloe Kajane The Covid-19 pandemic cut swathes across the broad spectrum of society, turning human activities upside down and, in the process, disrupting normal schooling as learners engaged in ‘stop-go’ learning.  Schools around the country were forced to close down as a measure to protect pupils and students from contracting...

New toilets for pupils

By Kefiloe Kajane The Action Ireland Trust (AIT) in collaboration with the ministry of education and training and Rise International will build much needed running water toilets, school kitchens, rain water harvesting facilities and food gardens for five schools in the Lithabaneng area in Maseru. AIT is an Irish charity organisation...
By Kefiloe Kajane The National Manpower Development Secretariat (NMDS) will suspend its policy that requires students to repay 50 percent of their loan bursary into the Loan Bursary Fund (LBF) before they are awarded another scholarship to further their studies. The minister of development planning, Selibe Mochoboroane, said the arrangement will...