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Ntsoaki Motaung Before the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic in 2020, the garment industry in Lesotho employed approximately 52,000 people. However, this number has dramatically dwindled to around 25,000, according to...


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Women in Mapoteng embrace contraceptives

… UNFPA strengthens access across the country Ntsoaki Motaung Women from the Mapoteng community in Leribe district are expressing their gratitude for the increased access to...

New HIV infections rife among the youth

Ntsoaki Motaung Despite Lesotho’s remarkable strides in HIV control, health officials have expressed deep concern over the rising number of infections among the youth population. Health...

Teeth problems drive most hospital visits

Ntsoaki Motaung At least seven out of ten patients who report to health facilities seek medical treatment for oral-related problems, a development suggesting improper oral...

Civil groups urge BRICS nations to invest in health

Marcia Zali Civil society organisations have called on countries that are part of the BRICS community to put their money where their mouth is when...

Cutting the chain of TB transmission

Limpho Sello In a concerted effort to combat the high prevalence of Tuberculosis (TB) in Lesotho, the Ministry of Health mobilised clinicians from twelve communities...

Ministry resumes HPV vaccine campaign

Ntsoaki Motaung Following a recent Newsday article raising concerns about the delay in administering the second dose of the Human Papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine, the Ministry...

Association demands M2000 grant for cerebral palsy victims

Ntsoaki Motaung Morate Cerebral Palsy Association of Lesotho is advocating for cerebral palsy patients to receive M2000 monthly grants to maintain their expensive upkeep. The association...


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