Rehab faces closure

MASERU – LESOTHO’S only rehabilitation center for drug and alcohol addicts, Blue Cross Centre, is at the verge of closing due to lack of funds. This follows the Blue Cross’s

News . . . As faction goes after Chief Justice

MASERU – MEMBERS of an All Basotho Convention (ABC) faction

News 700 workers fired

MASERU – THE National Clothing and Textile Workers Union (NACTWU)

News Fight over M100m tender

MASERU – A legal battle is looming over the government’s

News Jobs’ fight rock AD

MASERU – THE Alliance of Democrats (AD) spokesman, Thuso Litjobo,

Matete says goodbye

MASERU – A 45-year veteran in football, Lesotho Football Association (LEFA) vice-president Rantsubise Matete has seen it all in the local game. Known for his composed demeanour, Matete has been

Mapesela speaks on dividend saga

MASERU – FORMER Trade Minister Tefo Mapesela this week told the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) how he tried to block the Lesotho Flour Mills from extending the management contract of

‘This is no country for women’

MASERU – The lesson ’Makhomo Ramatlapeng must surely have learnt after two years of dueling against and losing to her brother in the courts, she ought to have known from

Africa 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

Africa 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 Open the Court of Appeal NOW!

FOR years this newspaper has vociferously opposed the government’s interference

Comment Talks are the way to go for ABC

AS explained in our lead story this week, there are

Comment Deal with rogue police officers

THE matter of police brutality came to the fore once

Comment The writing is on the wall

THE collapse of talks between warring All Basotho Convention (ABC)