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ABC jumps into Vodacom fight

MASERU-THE All Basotho Convention (ABC) will soon intervene in the fight between Vodacom Lesotho and the Lesotho Communications Authority (ABC).This comes as the battle has now spilled into the High

Majoro sets up crack team to fight crime

MASERU-PRIME Minister Moeketsi Majoro has set up a crack team of soldiers, police officers and intelligence agents to fight rampant crime in the country. The unit has been given 30

New business licensing regulations for Lesotho

MASERU-TRADE Minister Thabiso Molapo has issued a new set of licensing regulations that will bar foreigners from running certain businesses in Lesotho. The Business Licensing and Registration Regulations 2020 come

Chaos rocks system

MASERU-MASERU City Council (MCC) officials are allegedly sabotaging an electronic system designed to make it easier and faster to get construction permits.Architects say this is a well-orchestrated ploy by some

LEPOSA spokesman fights charges

MASERU-A Lesotho Police Staff Association (Leposa) spokesman who is facing expulsion over a crime he allegedly committed 21 years ago is not going down without a fight.The police authorities say

LCA, Vodacom toxic relationship exposed

MASERU-COURT papers have revealed details of the toxic relations between Vodacom Lesotho and the Lesotho Communications Authority (LCA).The court papers that Vodacom Lesotho filed in the High Court last week

Cheaper Covid tests at borders

MASERU-THE South African government will roll out a faster and cheaper Covid-19 test for people who want to enter its borders.The test will be used to screen travellers who arrive

Thabane mulls walking away

MASERU-IS former Prime Minister Thomas Thabane contemplating walking away from his All Basotho Convention (ABC) party and form a new political vehicle to take on his successor? That is the

No tears, no hearse at mass burials

MASERU-THERE were no tears shed, no wailing, and no relatives as the hearse arrived at the Lepereng cemetery last Friday as 40 unclaimed bodies from the Lesotho Funeral Society mortuary

Desperate search for jobs

MASERU-On Monday, 23-year old ’Mankeisi* joined hundreds of others in a queue at Maseru Central Police hopeful that he would get a job. She regretted the time she spent trying