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Ghost teachers exposed

MASERU – THE Member of Parliament for Thabana-Morena constituency Selibe Mochoboroane is demanding answers from the Minister of Education Professor Ntoi Rapapa on more than M300 000 paid to ghost

Fired ministers shocked

MASERU – PRIME Minister Thomas Thabane stunned two ministers, his son-in-law Lebohang Hlaele and ’Matebatso Doti, when he fired them on Monday. thepost had exclusive interviews with both ministers. Both

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Blow for Ntsibolane

MASERU – THE High Court has dismissed an application challenging the dismissal from work of Lesotho Association of Teachers (LAT) spokesman, Letsatsi Ntsibolane. Justice Keketso Moahloli said Ntsibolane, who applied

Mokhothu blasts government

MASERU – THE newly elected leader of the Democratic Congress (DC) Mathibeli Mokhothu has taken aim at the coalition government, accusing it of abusing state security agencies. He was speaking

Police in a M4 million fix

MASERU – ABOUT M4 given to the police for elections could gave vanished into thin air, as the Independent Electoral Commission (IEC) fails to get the police to account for

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Nyakane cries foul

MASERU – DETAINED triple murder suspect Captain Litekanyo Nyakane of the Lesotho Defence Force (LDF) says he is being ill-treated by prison guards. Captain Nyakane told Justice Teboho Moiloa in

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20 years and going strong

MASERU – COMPUTER Business Solutions (CBS), which was started in 1998 with just three workers, has grown into a major employer. The company now employees 75 people, with 57 of

DCEO boss pushed out

MASERU – THE government has ordered the director general of the Directorate on Corruption and Economic Offences (DCEO) to pack his bags and leave five office months before his contract

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When the mind forgets the body

MAFETENG – AS a beautiful, “clever” woman, Sello was once the envy of many in her village of Qhobosheaneng, Ha-Lempetje in Mafeteng district. Now she has become an outcast and

Teachers furious

MASERU – AS the strike by teachers unfolds, a spokesman for the Lesotho Association of Teachers (LAT) says unions have “totally lost trust” in the Cabinet subcommittee that is meant