Moleleki pleads for peace

MASERU-NESTLED on the border between Mafeteng and Mohale’s Hoek district is Taung, a rugged desert-like settlement about 120km south of the capital Maseru. Under the scorching November heat, there is

News ‘You are dancing in borrowed shoes’

MASERU-DEPUTY Prime Minister Monyane Moleleki says Movement for Economic Change

News LRA to tighten customs rules

MASERU-FROM Friday this week the Lesotho Revenue Authority (LRA) will

News The curse of gangsterism

MASERU-A SOMBRE mood engulfed Rasetimela High School last Friday as

News On top of the world

MASERU-THE mission for newly launched non-governmental organisation (NGO), Sold Out,




Secker blames player power

MASERU-Former Lioli head coach Thabile Secker has explained why his adventure at ‘Tse Nala’ was cut short with the Econet Premier League season only three months old. Secker joined the

Fresh push for development bank in Lesotho

MASERU-THE absence of a development bank is seriously inhibiting access to finance for Small Medium and Micro Enterprises (SMMES) in the country. It is also stalling economic growth as SMMES




Pension probe hits grannies

MASERU – THE government’s efforts to weed out ghost pensioners from its payroll through a thorough verification process is coming at a cost to many elderly people struggling to get

Insight Trouble in Zimbabwe

The situation in Zimbabwe is tense. There has been a

Africa There is nothing called ‘free aid’

THE shades and the hues of colour at dawn and

Insight Imperatives of professionalizing public service

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

Africa Why Zuma’s ouster is good for Lesotho

While the National Executive Committee (NEC) of the African National



Comment Ease tax burden on SMMEs

ELSEWHERE in this issue we carry insightful comments on tax

Comment Writing on the wall for Thabane

The writing is now certainly on the wall for Prime

Comment Lehata must face trial

WE know our judicial system is broken but even that