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IEC commissioners won’t be paid

MASERU-THE commissioners of the Independent Electoral Commission (IEC) will not be paid their salaries at the end of the month because their contracts have expired, thepost heard this week. Government

Family vows to take on Nthane

MASERU-THE family of a man who was allegedly killed by businessman Tšeliso Nthane last week says it is ready to fight for justice. Nthane allegedly shot his driver, Mohapi Mohapi,

Judge’s appointment faces legal challenge

MASERU-AN attorney who is representing soldiers who are facing triple murder charges says he will challenge in the Constitutional Court the appointment of a Zimbabwean judge to hear the matter.

Mines commissioner grilled

MASERU-COMMISSIONER of Mines, Pheello Tjatja, was not expecting an easy ride when he stood before the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) this week. And indeed he got a rough ride. As

PAC quizzes ex-police boss

MASERU-FORMER Commissioner of Police Kizito Mhlakaza was this week questioned by the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) following allegations he had squandered over M500 000 from the police. The committee summoned

Chaos at the border

MASERU-The Maseru Border was shut down last night as tensions escalated after the South African police allegedly shot and killed a Mosotho man who was allegedly helping some people to

Ministers clash

……….Indian businessman, community in row over land……. MASERU-TWO ministers have clashed in a land dispute that is pitting the Hlotse community against a businessman of Indian descent. One minister is

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Bantu in battle cry

MASERU – Econet Premier League champions Bantu say they are ready for battle when they host Nigerian outfit Enugu Rangers in the CAF Confederation Cup at Setsoto Stadium this Sunday. ‘A

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Lioli in big trouble

MASERU – Lioli assistant coach Mosholi Mokhothu admits the team’s Econet Premier League struggles are starting to affect the players as they are no longer able to concentrate for a full

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Lioli trio reinstated

MASERU – THREE members of Lioli’s executive committee who had resigned last month were reinstated to their positions at the club’s special conference held last Sunday. The three are club President