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DCEO probes MCC tender

MASERU – THE Directorate on Corruption and Economic Offences (DCEO) has ordered the Maseru City Council (MCC) to stop the Mpilo Boulevard tender. The anti-craft body is probing possible rot

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Parents storm school meeting

MASERU – PARENTS at Thaba-Tseka school stormed a meeting organised by the Ministry of Education, demanding that the principal be fired. The meeting was between the Ministry of Education officials,

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Hope for woman on death row

MASERU – A woman who has been on death row for the past five years could avoid the noose after the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) agreed that her sentence

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DCEO investigator drops bombshell

…says his suspension was meant to sabotage a corruption probe MASERU – A senior investigator at the Directorate on Corruption and Economic Offences (DCEO) says he was abruptly suspended when

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MPs unite on constitutional changes

… As they move to trim prime minister’s powers MASERU – IN a rare show of unity the parliament this week unanimously approved a motion to pave way for a

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M200m blown on foreign trips

MASERU – THE chairman of the Public Accounts Committee, Selibe Mochoboroane, says their preliminary investigations have revealed that the government has spent a staggering M200 million on international travel in

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A call to serve

Mohale’s Hoek – When Dr Pinkie Manamolela returned home from Zambia in 1993, she was to find a society ravaged by the HIV pandemic. Lesotho was at the epicenter of

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Blow for former IEC commissioners

MASERU – THREE former Commissioners of the Independent Electoral Commission (IEC) have lost a Constitutional case in which they sought to block the appointment of new officers at the electoral

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Charge Mokaloba, says lawyer

MASERU – A lawyer representing Lieutenant General Tlali Kamoli has told the court that his client’s trial should not proceed until Inspector General Ramanka Mokaloba is either charged or listed as

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LTDC boss ‘pushed out’

…says the board hounded him out…… MASERU – THE chief executive of the Lesotho Tourism Development Corporation (LTDC), Mpaiphele Maqutu, abruptly resigned this week after a bitter feud with the board