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By Kefiloe Kajane The Maseru Bridge was a hive of activity on Monday morning as Basotho learners attending South African schools converged to cross the border following the resumption of classes. This is after reopening of schools were postponed from June 1 to June...
By Neo Kolane The Federations of University SRC’s in Lesotho have expressed deep concern at the continuing violence and brutal killings of students in their different places of sojourn. This after last weekend’s gruesome death of a female student of Lerotholi Polytechnic, who was gang-raped...
By Neo Kolane South Africa has postponed the reopening of schools to June 8, after it had initially planned for grade 7 to 12 learners to resume classes on Monday this week. A statement from by the National Emergency Command Centre (NECC) says the postponement...
The Examination Council of Lesotho (ECOL) has announced that the Lesotho General Certificate of Secondary Education (LGCSE) supplementary examinations will take place on July 1. In the statement released earlier this week, ECOL explained that students will receive their examination time tables from May 25 and will be...
After the back and forth that Lesotho teachers experienced with the government of Lesotho in 2019, even suspending classes for months, teachers are still fighting the ministry of education and training to this day. They are now frustrated that the government has still not released that salary structure in...
The recent demise of a toddler who succumbed to head and other internal injuries after an alleged beating at school has raised questions as to why corporal punishment persists in schools despite having been outlawed by the country’s education laws. Following the...
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In its quest to improve the quality of their students’ education, Botho University has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) together with non-profit organisation Rise International, which will see Botho students getting hands-on experience through internships at Rise International. Relationships Inspiring Social Enterprise...
Communications company Econet Telecom Lesotho (ETL) last week awarded excellence certificates and a total of M32 000 to 14 graduates from different institutions of higher learning. The graduates are from National University of Lesotho (NUL), Limkokwing University of Creative Technology and Lerotholi Polytechnic. They were selected by the respective schools...
At its 349th meeting held on Monday this week, the Senate Executive of the National University of Lesotho (NUL) resolved decided that lectures and other academic activities should resume on Monday October 14 2019. According to a statement issued by the university on Wednesday this week, this...