The tourism ‘Mecca of Africa’

MOKHOTLONG – EVERY winter hundreds of tourists from Europe and Asia flock into Lesotho to experience the country’s unique beauty. Among the tourists’ magnet is AfriSki Resort in Mokhotlong. The

News The dark gangs in Lesotho prisons

MASERU – A violent clash between two prison gangs at

News Knives out for NUL registrar

MASERU – A storm is brewing at the National University

News Minister grills Letšeng Diamond

MASERU – MINISTER of Mining, Keketso Sello, has grilled the

News Khetheng’s widow demands body

MASERU – THE estranged widow of the late police constable




Sehlabaka faces ban for fraud

Maseru – Lesotho’s most decorated basketball coach, Bokang Sehlabaka, of Lichocha Shooting Rifles, faces a 20-month ban from all basketball activities after he pleaded guilty to three counts of fraud,

Let the mission drive your organisation

Every organisation, be it a for-profit or not-for-profit organisation, has a purpose why it’s in existence. The reason why an organisation is in existence is referred to as a mission.




Rights group blasts Thabane

MASERU – A human rights group wants Prime Minister Thomas Thabane to withdraw his “unlawful order” to the police to assault crime suspects or face court action. In a statement,

Africa Trump: the Reagan gambit?

Last Sunday I wrote a piece on the political crisis

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



Comment Respect human rights

AT a recent rally Prime Minister Thomas Thabane said the

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

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