Archive

Insight 0 Comments

Chickens have come to roost

FOR a long time the, All Basotho Convention (ABC) leader, Prime Minister Thomas Thabane, has been idolised by his followers. But things have taken a dramatic shift in recent months.

Insight 0 Comments

It’s time to stop laughing

THERE was once a time when I would chuckle at the current government’s comedy of errors. I found it hilarious that a government that promised to promptly eradicate poverty, create

Mosisili vs Kamoli

MASERU – FORMER Prime Minister Pakalitha Mosisili is among 51 crown witnesses expected to testify in the murder trial of former army commander Tlali Kamoli. Lieutenant General Kamoli is on

Local News 0 Comments

Manyokole new DCEO boss

MASERU – Attorney Moses Mahlomola Manyokole has been appointed new boss of the Directorate on Corruption and Economic Offences (DCEO). In a press statement last night, the DCEO says Attorney

South Africa seize LDF horses

MASERU – ABOUT 68 horses from the Lesotho Defence Force (LDF) have been confiscated by the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA) in Bloemfontein, South Africa. The

Hlotse police on go slow

MASERU – POLICE in Hlotse have embarked on a go- slow to press for the payment of their outstanding 6 percent salary increase and outstanding risk allowances, disrupting crucial services

Cleaning the ‘passage’ to adulthood

MOHALE’S HOEK – STAY long enough in any village in Lesotho and you might hear a story or two of horrible accidents and other mishaps that have left many a

“Thabane captured by thieves”

MASERU – MOVEMENT for Economic Change (MEC) leader, Selibe Mochoboroane, says Prime Minister Thomas Thabane is surrounded by thieves. Mochoboroane was speaking at a rally in Mafeteng on Sunday. He

Moseneke talks tough

MASERU – SADC broker in Lesotho’s political reform process, Justice Dikgang Moseneke, is pushing the government to reopen the parliament before August 5. Parliament was hastily adjourned indefinitely early June

Local News 0 Comments

Thirsty villagers’ tough struggle

MOHALE’S HOEK – TWO teenage girls sit on empty 25-litre buckets. There are about 10 buckets waiting to be filled with water at the only spring tap in Ha-Senkatana, a