Soccer – Mehalalitoe Lock Horns With Banyana

[Lesotho Times] LESOTHO’S national women’s football team, Mehalalitoe, will play a friendly against their South African counterparts, Banyana Banyana, as part of their preparations for the COSAFA Women Championships in Zimbabwe from 13 to 24 September …

[Lesotho Times] LESOTHO'S national women's football team, Mehalalitoe, will play a friendly against their South African counterparts, Banyana Banyana, as part of their preparations for the COSAFA Women Championships in Zimbabwe from 13 to 24 September this year.

source: AllAfrica News: Lesotho

‘Malaria in Pregnancy Causes Miscarriage, Premature Births, Maternal Deaths’

[This Day] Public health experts have said that one of the major causes of premature births, maternal deaths, maternal anaemia, miscarriages and low birth weights in Nigeria is malaria in pregnancy.

[This Day] Public health experts have said that one of the major causes of premature births, maternal deaths, maternal anaemia, miscarriages and low birth weights in Nigeria is malaria in pregnancy.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Nzamwita Refutes Allegations of Ferwafa Funds Misuse

[New Times] Rwanda Football Federation (FERWAFA) president Vincent Nzamwita has denied reports that the federation resources are being misappropriated. He was reacting to allegations by some members of the Executive Committee who gave him a 48-hour ult…

[New Times] Rwanda Football Federation (FERWAFA) president Vincent Nzamwita has denied reports that the federation resources are being misappropriated. He was reacting to allegations by some members of the Executive Committee who gave him a 48-hour ultimatum to account for FERWAFA funds.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Police Inspector Kills Boss, Commits Suicide in Ondo

[This Day] Akure -A police inspector identified as Abraham Arowogun attached to the Kajola Divisional Police Station, Kajola town in Odigbo Local Government Area of Ondo State on Tuesday committed suicide by jumping into a deep well after killing his b…

[This Day] Akure -A police inspector identified as Abraham Arowogun attached to the Kajola Divisional Police Station, Kajola town in Odigbo Local Government Area of Ondo State on Tuesday committed suicide by jumping into a deep well after killing his boss, who is a Divisional Crime Officer (DCO) in the station.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Athletes Off to Taiwan Games

[Lesotho Times] SPRINT starlet, Khereng Khereng and Olympian, Tsepang Sello will represent the country at the upcoming World University Games in Taipei, Taiwan from Saturday until 30 August.

[Lesotho Times] SPRINT starlet, Khereng Khereng and Olympian, Tsepang Sello will represent the country at the upcoming World University Games in Taipei, Taiwan from Saturday until 30 August.

source: AllAfrica News: Lesotho

Understanding Khetheng’s Fate

[Lesotho Times] IT took more than 15 months of dodging and ducking by the police to hide what had happened to their colleague, Police Constable (PC) Mokalekale Khetheng who had disappeared in their hands.

[Lesotho Times] IT took more than 15 months of dodging and ducking by the police to hide what had happened to their colleague, Police Constable (PC) Mokalekale Khetheng who had disappeared in their hands.

source: AllAfrica News: Lesotho

Soccer – Mthatha Bucks Ill-Treated Me – Likuena Star

[Lesotho Times] LIOLI and Lesotho international, Tumelo Khutlang has finally broken his silence on his aborted move to South African National First Division side, Mthatha Bucks, saying he did not go for trials as widely reported.

[Lesotho Times] LIOLI and Lesotho international, Tumelo Khutlang has finally broken his silence on his aborted move to South African National First Division side, Mthatha Bucks, saying he did not go for trials as widely reported.

source: AllAfrica News: Lesotho

Lawyers Bunk Lesotho Congress for Democracy’s Case

[Lesotho Times] THREE High Court judges were left fuming on Tuesday when two lawyers failed to pitch up for the hearing of the Lesotho Congress for Democracy’s (LCD) electoral petition, resulting in the postponement of the case to 22 August 2017.

[Lesotho Times] THREE High Court judges were left fuming on Tuesday when two lawyers failed to pitch up for the hearing of the Lesotho Congress for Democracy's (LCD) electoral petition, resulting in the postponement of the case to 22 August 2017.

source: AllAfrica News: Lesotho