Khetheng’s widow demands body

MASERU – THE estranged widow of the late police constable Mokalekale Khetheng is up in arms against her in-laws for arranging to bury her husband without involving her. ’Mathato Khetheng,

News How low can we sink?

MASERU – THE late Mokalekale Khetheng will finally receive a

News The killing fields of Mafeteng

MAFETENG – Less than a week after burying his spouse,

News Taking the bull by the horns!

MASERU – “IN periods where there is no leadership, society

News MPs walk out of Parliament

MASERU – THERE was furore in parliament on Monday after

LAAA shifts focus to 2019 World Championships

Maseru – The Lesotho Amateur Athletics Association (LAAA) is already mapping a way forward from the country’s disappointing showing at the on-going IAAF World Championships in London according to public

Creating competitive advantage

Professor Kenichi Ohmae, the renowned Japanese organisational theorist and management consultant once said “What business strategy is all about; what distinguishes it from all other kinds of business planning; is,

MoAfrika back on air

MASERU– CONTROVERSIAL radio station, MoAfrika, is back on air after it won an interim order in the High Court yesterday. The government shut down the radio station on Saturday morning

Africa Disseminating information

There is always the source, the root to the problem

Insight Cut that dependence on foreign aid

Ask a group of Basotho whether they want Lesotho to

Africa Information is the key to development

Mohala oa Cheche (the Leucosidea sericea phoneline, or, in the

Africa North Korea’s ICBM

“American bastards would be not very happy with this gift

Comment Justice for Khetheng

WE must confess that last week’s issue of thepost was

Comment Audit civil service

WE welcome the announcement by Public Service Minister Thesele ’Maseribane

Comment Lesotho needs an apolitical civil service

THIS week, the government summarily dismissed the bulk of principal

Comment Time to deliver

WE are thrilled by the budget presented by Finance Minister

Run for dear life!

A man staggers into a Maseru police station, blood oozing from his head and belly. He begs to see the officer-in-charge. His plea granted, the man is ushered into an