Post Bank donates food, wheelchairs

MASERU-THE Lesotho Post Bank on Saturday donated wheel chairs and groceries worth M50 000 to four families in Mokhethoaneng, Liphiring, which have been hit hard by the Covid-19 pandemic.The families,

News SA journalist back home

MASERU-A South African journalist, Paul Nthoba, who had fled to

News Ramohlanka elected new Deputy Speaker

MASERU-Lebohang Ramohlanka was yesterday elected the Deputy Speaker of Parliament

News MP close to tears

MASERU-AN MP for the Movement for Economic Change (MEC), Thabo

News Detained officer picks documents from home

MASERU-Superintendent Thabo Tšukulu, who has been in remand prison for

LEFA wants Covid-19 law out

MASERU-The Lesotho Football Association (LEFA) wants laws prohibiting the return of sports in the country to be eased down. LEFA secretary general, Mokhosi Mohapi, said even if a decision to

Major boost for trout project

MASERU-LESOTHO’S leading aquaculture company, SanLeiTM that supplies premium trout, has received a major investment boost.SanLeiTM is a vertically integrated processor of trout located at the Katse Dam in Lesotho. The

I will not be used

“It is incorrect to say I am refusing to authorise funds that will be used to combat Covid-19. The truth is that the Ministry of Finance allocated M40 million to

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Continued from last week……. Prevalence of Political Patronage in Lesotho

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Comment Step up battle against Covid-19

LESOTHO recorded five more Covid-19 positive cases this week taking

Comment Majoro must stand firm

Prime Minister Moeketsi Majoro finds himself battling a plethora of

Comment Reject MPs’ salary demands

Lesotho’s MPs are said to be pushing a 100 percent

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