Silence is violence – Part 3

OVER the last two weeks I’ve been workingmy way round to Rebecca Solnit’snew book, Whose Story is This?: Old Conflicts, New Chapters. I’m not offering areview of the book here,


Brutal assault at State House

…..Thabane, wife paid man M5k to shut up….. MASERU-FORMER Prime Minister Thomas Thabane and his wife ‘Maesaiah paid M5 000 to silence a young man who had been brutally assaulted


Moleleki tests positive for Covid-19

MASERU-FORMER Deputy Prime Minister Monyane Moleleki has tested positive for Covid-19, his Alliance of Democrats (AD) party announced last night. The AD deputy leader Professor Ntoi Rapapa announced that Moleleki


Judge died of Covid-19

MASERU-HIGH Court Registrar Advocate ’Mathato Sekoai says Justice Lisebo Chaka-Makhooane, who died last week, was Covid-19 positive.Advocate Sekoai told thepost that Justice Chaka-Makhooane’s family had requested that her remains be tested after


Varsity accountant nabbed for fraud

 MASERU-An accountant at the National University of Lesotho (NUL) has been nabbed for suspected fraud.Philip Tefo Majara, who worked at the NUL’s Institute of Extra-Mural Studies (IEMS), is facing charges


IDM pushes cyber-security programme

MASERU-THE Institute of Development Management (IDM) says it has created a cyber-security programme to deal with computer-generated crime during the Covid-19 pandemic. The IDM says cyber-crime has increased drastically during


Joang quits BNP

MASERU-FORMER Basotho National Party (BNP) deputy leader, Chief Joang Molapo, has quit the party.Molapo, who says he has been a BNP card-carrying member since 1983 when he was still a


2 000 nurses to fight Covid

 MASERU-THE National Covid-19 Secretariat (Nacosec) will hire over 2 000 unemployed nurses to be deployed countrywide to help fight the Covid-19 pandemic.The nurses will add to the 650 who are


Fund in damaging legal brawl

MASERU-A squabble over the appointment of a service provider has left the Public Officers Defined Contribution Pension Fund (PODCPF) in the throes of a damaging legal battle. Tensions have been


Leposa wants Molibeli out

MASERU-THE Lesotho Police Staff Association (Leposa) has written a scathing letter to Prime Minister Moeketsi Majoro asking him to fire Police Commissioner Holomo Molibeli. Leposa spokesman, Police Constable Motlatsi Mofokeng,