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Fresh push to jail ’Maesaiah

MASERU – ‘MAESAIAH Thabane’s freedom could be short-lived after it emerged that there are efforts to reverse her controversial bail last week. An urgent application filed in the Court of Appeal

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Nigerian nabbed over Lesotho cartridges

MASERU – A NIGERIAN man was arrested at the OR Tambo International Airport in Johannesburg with toner cartridges worth M28 000. The cartridges belonged to the Lesotho Mounted Police Service. Police

How ’Maesaiah got bail

MASERU – THE police have lifted the lid on what happened when Justice ’Maseforo Mahase granted ’Maesaiah Thabane bail despite their opposition. The details of what happened in Justice Mahase’s chambers

Vodacom, LCA row over fees

MASERU – A disagreement over an annual fee has soured relations between Vodacom Lesotho and the Lesotho Communications Authority (LCA). Now Sekhametsi Investment Consortium, the local company that owns 20 percent

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Court, LCS officials grilled

MASERU – THE police’s Criminal Investigation Division (CID) this week summoned court and Lesotho Correctional Service (LCS) officials over last week’s controversial granting of bail to ’Maesaiah Thabane. The First Lady

Police summon Chakela

MASERU – THE leader of Terene famo music group, Rethabile Mokete, popularly known as Mosotho Chakela, has been summoned by the police for interrogation over Lipolelo Thabane’s murder. Last night Deputy

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Coronavirus fears shut factories

MASERU – THERE was panic at the Thetsane Industrial Area in Maseru on Monday at the sight of two Chinese nationals who were “coughing badly” and were believed to have been

A life well lived

MASERU – A life lived well. This is how speaker after speaker described the life of Basutoland Congress Party (BCP) veteran, Tšeliso Makhakhe, who died on February 2. He was 94. 

Trade Ministry launches e-licensing, e-regulations

MASERU- TRADERS will no longer have to close their businesses and take long journeys to town to renew their licences. This comes after the Ministry of Trade yesterday launched e-Licencing and

‘Release results or we shut down school’

MASERU – IRATE parents and students have threatened to shut down Hlotse High School to force the Examination Council of Lesotho (ECOL) to release this year’s students’ examination results. “We will