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Fixing the tax sieve

MASERU – A tough job where you can’t hide. That is how Thabo Khasipe describes his job as the Lesotho Revenue Authority (LRA) Commissioner General. That is because at the

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Police to go after those who helped ‘Maesaiah flee

MASERU – DEPUTY Commissioner of Police (DCP) Paseka Mokete says the police are now investigating some people who might have assisted First Lady ‘Maesaiah Thabane to escape on January 10.

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M7m for judge to walk away

MASERU – JUSTICE Nthomeng Majara has become an instant millionaire after the government paid her a staggering M7 million to resign as Chief Justice, thepost can reveal. Justice Majara resigned

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Ntsibolane says battle not over

MASERU – NEWLY elected Lesotho Association of Teachers (LAT) secretary general, Letsatsi Ntsibolane, has warned that teachers will resort to strike action if their demands are not met. Ntsibolane won

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’Maesaiah granted bail

MASERU – FIRST Lady ’Maesaiah Thabane was last night granted bail under what some lawyers have described as controversial circumstances. A few hours earlier a forlorn-looking ’Maesaiah Thabane had appeared

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‘Thabane has case to answer’

MASERU – THE police believe they have a strong case of accessory to murder against embattled Prime Minister Thomas Thabane. But they are yet to submit the docket to the Director

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Four arrested over illegal diamonds

MASERU – Four men, including a police officer and a soldier, were arrested on Tuesday for allegedly trying to sell illegal diamonds worth about M250 000 in Ha-Thetsane. Police spokesperson Superintendent

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Lawyer quizzed over ‘stolen’ cash

MASERU – TOP lawyer, Advocate Zwelakhe Mda KC, was on Monday forced to go to his bank to withdraw money his client had paid him allegedly because the money was stolen.

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Phamotse charged over book tender

MASERU – SPORTS Minister Dr Mahali Phamotse appeared before Chief Magistrate ’Matankiso Nthunya on Tuesday charged with corruption. Her charges stemmed from 2015 when she was the Minister of Education and

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On the fence but betting on Majoro

MASERU- HEALTH Minister Nkaku Kabi wants to be Lesotho’s next prime minister but has a curious way of looking at the succession race. Although he has accepted the national executive’s nomination,