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The nightmare of a waterless and powerless clinic

Ntsoaki Motaung Imagine you are a nurse trying to attend to a pregnant woman giving birth in the middle of the night, in a clinic...

Nutrition in adolescence: Why it matters

Ntsoaki Motaung Nearly one in two adolescents are stunted and approximately 30 percent of adolescent girls are anaemic, impacting their school performance, productivity, and their...

‘War against Covid-19 not yet over’

Ntsoaki Motaung The war against Covid-19 is not over yet, ministry of health’s public relations manager ‘Mamolise Falatsa warned this week. “We will say we have...

Hospitals struggle to dispose of waste

Ntsoaki Motaung The two government hospitals, Berea and Motebang, are struggling to dispose of waste, District Medical Officer (DMO) for Berea Dr Liketso Mochochoko admitted...

Does abortion ban increase maternal mortality even more?

Ntsoaki Motaung Can safe abortion be a solution to maternal mortality or not? This is the question the SheHive Association Lesotho sought answers to when it...

AU endorsement a high priority for Africa’s health harm reduction charter

Marcia Zali The 2023 health agenda will be dedicated to building a stronger and more credible continental body that will be people-centred. This is according to...

New HIV infections high among women

The new recency testing surveillance system has revealed that new HIV infections are relatively high among women compared to their male counterparts, Newsday has...

AIDS fight not over as deaths remain high

Ntsoaki Motaung While the country continues to accelerate its fight against the HIV and AIDS pandemic, a high number of people living with HIV continue...

US hails Lesotho on HIV and AIDS fight

Staff Reporter The United States of America has lauded the Lesotho government for the successes it has registered in the fight against HIV and AIDS. Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, Lesotho...

Close the tap of new HIV infections: King

Ntsoaki Motaung His Majesty King Letsie III yesterday urged the nation to prevent new HIV infections. “We must close the tap of new infections, invest more...

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