Majoro’s 100 days in office

Three months ago, former prime minister Thomas Thabane’s ship was being buffeted by powerful waves with water threatening to enter the ship from all directions. Thabane’s ship was sinking slowly


Two-state solution is dead

The deal to open diplomatic ties between Israel and the United Arab Emirates, announced by Israel’s Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu in Jerusalem two weeks ago, opens no new vistas for


There will be no winners in dispute

OVER the last couple of months, we have watched with sadness the bitter standoff between Police Commissioner Holomo Molibeli and the Lesotho Police Staff Association (LEPOSA). When the dust has


How about a drinkette?- Part 4

For the last instalment of this piece, apart from continuing to have fun, I’m putting on my tourist guide hat.I have visited Golden Gate at least four times. This is


’Maesaiah wants to be MP

MASERU-AT the height of her husband’s reign, ’Maesaiah Thabane was probably the most powerful woman in Lesotho.Her critics say she was an abrasive woman who used her proximity to power


Top lawyer speaks on judges’ appointment

MASERU-FORMER president of Law Society of Lesotho, Advocate Tekane Maqakachane, says people are confusing two issues on the appointment of judges.Advocate Maqakachane said it is important to distinguish between the


Legal brawl looms over new judges

MASERU-A legal battle is brewing after the Judicial Service Commission (JSC) allegedly cut corners and recommended five people for appointment as judges. Law Minister, Professor Nqosa Mahao, says the government


Teachers fail to get their salaries

MASERU-TEACHERS’ unions have lashed out at the government after it failed to process their salaries for August on time.The teachers told thepost this week that they were concerned because the


Junior officer takes on police bosses

MASERU-POLICE Constable Motlatsi Mofokeng has challenged his bosses to prove that he used rebellious words to incite police officers to mutiny.In a letter detailing why he should not be booted


Mokhothu pushes for soldiers’ release

 MASERU-DEPUTY Prime Minister Mathibeli Mokhothu yesterday met President Cyril Ramaphosa to discuss the release of two Lesotho soldiers who were arrested in South Africa last month.Mokhothu’s delegation is expected back