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  • The capital of Lesotho, in the western part of the country. It was founded in 1869.

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  • proper noun The capital of Lesotho.

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  • noun the capital of Lesotho; located in northwestern Lesotho


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  • But in Maseru, people have more faith, and the word of an American preacher may be as good as the word of a doctor.

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  • Defence in terms of the Lesotho Defence Act. Lekanyane added that pending such confirmation, the court martial ordered that the accused should be detained in custody in the section of the maximum security prison in Maseru, which is designated as a military detention centre.

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  • Maseru, which is located just over the border from

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  • Looking at Africa, it's worth pointing out Lesotho's national stadium in Maseru, the venue of a 2002 World Cup qualifier against South Africa.

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  • At rubbish dumps in Maseru, children as young as 3 pick through waste products thrown away by Maseru's garment industry.

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  • Proceedings of a regional workshop, Maseru, Lesotho, 1-3 July.

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  • Thabo Thakalekoala, a journalist at the private Harvest FM radio station in the capital Maseru, was arrested last June and charged with subversion after he read out on the air a letter said to have been written by members of the army denouncing Prime Minister Phakalita

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