The electronic ticket

ROMA – THATO Rammoko and Mohale Molieleng, two National University of Lesotho (NUL) trained computer enthusiasts, are introducing eventspoynt, your electronic ticket to your favourite events. It is fully paperless! You


Weddings, chargers and our time

WE are living in insanely interesting times. That is why Muckraker will start with a passionate plea to her enemies. Here it goes: Comrades, please go slow on the witchcraft


A matter of grave concern

AS reported elsewhere in this edition the Judicial Officers Association of Lesotho (JOALE) last month wrote an explosive eight page letter to Chief Justice Nthomeng Majara raising serious concerns about


A Pandora’s box has been opened

I struggled to come up with a topic to write about this week. I am not sure the reason for this when so much was happening in the country these

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Queen ’Masenate pleads for peace

MATSIENG – QUEEN ’Masenate Mohato Seeiso says Lesotho is a modern-day Jerusalem where people were crying for peace. The Queen made the remarks while addressing the congregation at St Louise

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Knives out for High Court registrar

MASERU – MAGISTRATES want the acting Registrar of the High Court and Court of Appeal, Lesitsi Mokeke, to step down for allegedly neglecting lower courts while pampering officers close to

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Guards down tools over pay

MASERU – AT least 500 guards at Security Unlimited downed tools on Monday demanding a 13.1 percent salary increase. The strike was due to end today. However, the strike action


Mokhosi’s driver beaten up

MASERU – The driver of former Minister of Defence Tšeliso Mokhosi was allegedly severely assaulted by police officers last week. Police nabbed Zele Mphesheane, Mokhosi’s occasional driver, from his Khubetsoana

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Mokhosi charged with murder

MASERU – FORMER Defence Minister Tšeliso Mokhosi has been charged with the murder of Police Constable Mokalekale Khetheng. Mokhosi briefly appeared before Chief Magistrate ’Matankiso Nthunya who told him that he

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Metsing flees

MASERU – FORMER Deputy Prime Minister Mothetjoa Metsing has fled the country for fear of his life. His Lesotho Congress for Democracy (LCD)’s national executive committee confirmed yesterday that Metsing