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’Maesaiah case postponed

MASERU – FIRST Lady ’Maesaiah Thabane’s murder case has been postponed to March 17 to give the police time to arrest the remaining suspects. Eight people accused of taking part

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Cannabis firms to lose licences

MASERU – Cannabis firms that haven’t renewed their licences in the past two years are set to lose them as part of measures Health Minister Nkaku Kabi said were meant

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Soldier fights for acquittal

MASERU – A defence lawyer representing one of three soldiers accused of killing Lisebo Tang near the home of former army boss, Lt Gen Tlali Kamoli, yesterday applied for the

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How the Games deal collapsed

  MASERU – CABINET ministers piled huge pressure on Ministry of Finance officials to approve a flawed and highly risky deal to construct sporting facilities for regional games scheduled for

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Businessman guns down rival over sand

MASERU – A BUTHA-BUTHE businessman is facing a murder charge. Matela Mojapela, 60, is accused of shooting and killing his business rival in Butha Buthe on Tuesday after a heated

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Rantšo’s bid to block conference fails

MASERU – KEKETSO Rantšo, leader of the Reformed Congress of Lesotho (RCL), has failed to stop a rival faction from holding an elective conference meant to oust her. The conference

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3 months ultimatum for Vodacom

MASERU – THE Lesotho Communications Authority (LCA) has given Vodacom Lesotho three months to justify why its licence should not be cancelled. This comes hard on the heels of revelations

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Fresh push to oust Thabane

MASERU – PARLIAMENT is set to re-open tomorrow amid a push by the opposition to file a new motion of no-confidence against Prime Minister Thomas Thabane. Also in the line

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Red card for Thabane

MASERU – THE All Basotho Convention (ABC)’s national executive committee says the game is up for Prime Minister Thomas Thabane. On Monday the committee passed a resolution to recall Thabane

Sports

‘Funds will be found’

MASERU – The Minister of Sports Dr Mahali Phamotse has once again insisted that the government will secure funding for the infrastructure to be used for the upcoming 2020 African