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In memory of Thabiso and Ayanda Tlelai, tenacious and generous

Independent online (SA) 08 Nov 2020
The Tlelai family were an accomplished business couple with operations in Lesotho, their country of origin, and here in South Africa ... He always had a good laugh at himself in some of the difficult business ventures he undertook ... After his release he continued his business where he left it and became a prominent Mosotho businessman ... BUSINESS REPORT .

Lesotho:Leribe Man Fights to Reclaim Land

All Africa 04 Nov 2017
[Lesotho Times] A LERIBE man, Ivone Mafisa, has launched a fresh bid to reclaim his commercial site in Maputsoe urban from Fathima (PTY) Ltd a company belonging to Afzal Abubaker, a Mosotho business person of Indian origin ... .

BOOK REVIEW: Black Man’s Medicine

Business Day 11 Nov 2012
The new book offers suggestions on how to understand and deal with different people, and how people should conduct themselves in different business milieus. The book attempts to show that it does not necessarily have to be true that setlhare sa moSotho ke lekgowa, the black man’s medicine is the white man ... Business Times.

 'In 2011 we are going back to war again'

Independent online (SA) 29 Apr 2009
The Independent Electoral Commission will be back in action before the dust of the historic April 22 polls has settled ... "We are sitting for 15 days... I have 30 complaints to read and write judgements for, so there will be no rest yet ... "I believe... Deputy chief electoral officer Mosotho Moeypa said ... Within the IEC, provinces are busy debriefing now ... .

'Men failed'- Women See Themselves As Rescuers

AfricaNews 15 May 2002
Ironically, "Manthabiseng" refers to a Mosotho woman whose death at the hands of some unscrupulous expatriate business enterprise sparked off unprecedented riots in the country in the early 1990s. The occasion I attended was the pre-election seminar for candidates in the coming general elections ... A gender specialist from South Africa, R ... Well ... .

What has happened to consumer rights?

AfricaNews 19 Sep 2001
... engaged in humiliating and inhuman body searches of customers? Does this comply with the terms that trading licenses have been issued? If each and every Mosotho has become a suspect thieve or shoplifter, then definitely some of these shops are doing business in the wrong country.
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