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Leposa to march over salary hike

MASERU – THE Lesotho Police Staff Association (Leposa) says police officers are yet to receive their six percent salary increase. On Tuesday Leposa will stage protest march to pressure Acting

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When a relative loses it

…Mohlomi battles to cope with huge influx of patients… MASERU – WHEN Mojalefa Selialia speaks, his voice betrays little emotion. But bottled inside are feelings of anxiety and depression caused

Mosito to fight back

MASERU – COURT of Appeal President Justice Kananelo Mosito will tell Prime Minister Thomas Thabane that he has no qualms relinquishing his job at the National University of Lesotho (NUL)

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‘Thabane has lost it’

MASERU – THE battle for the All Basotho Convention (ABC) took a nasty twist last week when party leader Thomas Thabane expelled four party members who belong to the new

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Clarification

In our issue of thepost dated June 6-12, 2019, we published a story headlined, Hospital of horror. The story was accompanied by a stand-alone picture of the World Bank’s representative

Suspended boss denies role in bank fraud

MASERU – SUSPENDED Lesotho Post Bank Finance Director, Themba Sopeng, has denied defrauding a customer of M6.9 million. Sopeng was suspended in February after he allegedly facilitated a fraudulent transfer

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Taking motoho back to roots

ROMA – THE National University of Lesotho (NUL) Innovation Hub did not invent motoho. They have, however, taken motoho (soft sour sorghum porridge) back to its original roots. The result

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Mokhothu says no to GNU

THABA-PHECHELA – THE Democratic Congress (DC) leader Mathibeli Mokhothu says it is too late to push for a Government of National Unity (GNU), saying Prime Minister Thomas Thabane must go.

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Metsing says not keen on ministerial post

TAUNG – LESOTHO Congress for Democracy (LCD) party leader Mothetjoa Metsing says he does not want any ministerial position in a Government of National Unity (GNU) despite pushing for the

Thotanyana dumps LCD

MASERU – FORMER Mines Minister Lebohang Thotanyana is quitting the Lesotho Congress for Democracy (LCD) over the party’s support of the proposed Government of National Unity (GNU). Although Thotanyana is