Top DCEO investigator on the ropes

… As chaos reigns at anti-corruption… MASERU – BARELY a month in office, the new boss of the Directorate on Corruption and Economic Offences (DCEO), Attorney Mahlomola Manyokole, has already


DCEO boss promises ‘big fish’

…faces down allegations of playing both sides of the table…. MASERU  – THE Directorate on Corruption and Economic Offences (DCEO) boss, Attorney Mahlomola Manyokole, says there is nothing sinister or


Thabane promises 8 400 jobs in Tikoe

MASERU – PRIME Minister Thomas Thabane says about 8 400 jobs will be created for Basotho upon completion of Tikoe Phase III industrial development. Thabane said 3 000 will be

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Teachers plot new strike

MASERU – THE spokesperson of theLesotho Association of Teachers (LAT) Letsatsi Ntsibolane says they are mulling to embark on a country- wide strike in the near future. He however did


Two killed in army operation

MASERU – SOLDIERS shot and killed two men who were allegedly trying to steal power cables last Thursday morning at Kao Mine. Two other people were injured in the shooting,


Brace for new water charges

MASERU – THE Lesotho Electricity and Water Authority (LEWA) has approved three percent increases in water charges. Customers will start paying the new tariffs next Thursday. LEWA also announced that

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Judge rebukes lawyers

MASERU – A Namibian judge sitting in Lesotho’s Court of Appeal has criticised local lawyers for behaving like politicians in the court. Justice Petrus Damaseb made the remarks on Monday


Lesotho’s own EFF

… The youths are fighting back… MASERU – FIREBRAND South African politician Julius Malema is spreading his influence to Lesotho, where a political party mirroring his Economic Freedom Fighters is

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Killing for pension

BEREA – WITH the hammer as his weapon of choice, a 29-year-old man has left a community in shock and awe, with people battling to come to grips with the


Molapo blames politricks for wool chaos

MASERU – MAHALA Molapo, the Minister of Agriculture, has accused fellow MPs of playing petty politics that resulted in delays in paying wool and mohair farmers. Grilled by the parliamentary