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The Cold war On the Wool and Mohair Fibres in Lesotho
By Tshepo Heqoa “And judgment is turned away backward, and justice standeth afar off: for truth is fallen in the street, and equity cannot...
When the State Entities are captured does it mean the Government’s time has lapsed?
It pains to realise that the current Government of Lesotho is only 14 months on, but there has been so much drama in the...
Lesotho kills her own wool and mohair sector
Writes Tjonane Matla On Friday the 4th of May 2018, The Government of Lesotho published Volume 63, Legal Notice No: 37 Agricultural Marketing on...
What is Uruguay made of?
Oriental Republic of Uruguay is located in South America and borders Argentina and Brazil. It is home for about 3.44 million people, of whom...
Uruguay is hosting the 10th World Merino Conference
Writes Tjonane Matla: The 7th to 15th of April 2018 are busy days for the World Merino Farmers as they shall be hosting the...
Mahala o tla fana ka naha
Ka Tjonane Matla Nakong ea matsatsi a lipontšo mane Mokhotlong Mohlomphehi Mahala Molapo, sehoai ebile e le Letona la Temo le Kanetso ea Lijo...
Wool Industry; Is it a case of State Capture or National Policy?
Part 1: Thaba Bosiu Wool Centre Writes Tjonane Matla A Silicon Valley guru; graduate of the University of Zambia and Santa Clara University,...
Writes: Tjonane Matla Grassfed Association of South Africa (GFSA) held its first Annual General Conference at Aloe Grove Guest Farm just outside Queenstown on...
Lesotho’s World Class Mohair, 2017 Champion breeder
Writes; Tshepo Heqoa Mohair is one of the most versatile textile fibres produced in Lesotho. Many of its characteristics are similar to those of...
The transitional peculiarity of Qacha’s Nek fits it for Rank One in the Country
Writes; Tshepo Heqoa Little has been said and written about the district of Qacha’s Nek. After all it has been one of the furthest...
World’s finest markets crave for Lesotho’s Wine
Writes; Tshepo Heqoa At Sani Winery, the high altitude Chenin Blanc vintages’ are not only about making great wines from great fruit, but about...
High quality chicks is our point of departure
Writes Lieketso Ramoholi The complexity and technicality of poultry farming has not bred an enabling environment for sustainability in terms of producing own day...
A budgetary constraint makes Governmental departments dormant
Writes: Tjonane Matla For the last decade we have witnessed a shrinking budgetary activity in government operations. For that matter the Ministry of Agriculture...
Bad practices in poultry nutrition remains a silent killer in our farming community
Efficiency in areas such as nutrition in poultry production remains essential considering the fact that about 70 % of total costs in poultry production...
Land issue a taboo in Lesotho
Writes: Tjonane Matla The land issue in the Mountain Kingdom had been a vehement prohibition amongst politicians for the past decades. At first land...
Se! Farelane o itse khi! ka mamina!
Le sere ke ipatla hoba khoaba la methati eohle kapa la honotha lare ke bina koma hae. Ere joalokaha bo-nkhenkhe, bo-ngaka Lerotholi ba fatile...
Lesotho is continuing to tear down, what are we doing about it?
I remember back in the day when there was a National Tree planting day, dedicated to Basotho to plant trees. This was an initiative...
Celebrating 29 years of Students Enterprise Programme
Writes Mofana Makakane Not only is it the 50th year Lesotho is celebrating its independence but also its 54th year that its only agricultural...
Regardless of the weight and pressure that were exerted by the...
The Silo Expo 2018 was a success
Writes : Tshepo Heqoa and ‘Makarabo Mats’umunyane Despite the excruciating experiences...
LNWMGA Demonstration to the Government of Lesotho
Port Elizabeth facts finding mission
Writes : ‘Makarabo Mats’umunyane Mohair that has been shed in April...
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