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Foreign judges threaten to quit

MASERU – THE three foreign judges hired for high-profile political cases might quit after a deadlock with the government over salaries and benefits. The judges have not been paid for the

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Plot to kill Mochoboroane

MASERU – AN opposition MP for the Movement for Economic Change (MEC), Thabo Ramatla, was arrested on Tuesday for allegedly plotting to assassinate his party leader Selibe Mochoboroane. Ramatla, who is

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The whispers of a diplomat

MASERU – THE Cold War era was coming to an end in 1989 when Christian Manahl became a diplomat in Austria. Raised in a tiny village in Western Austria, Manahl had

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Two exiled agents back home

MASERU – TWO senior security agents who skipped the country in August 2017 and March 2018 returned home yesterday. They are police procurement officer, Superintendent Lebohang Setsomi and Assistant Superintendent Ramahetlane

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Likoti wins case

MASERU – PRIME Minister Thomas Thabane yesterday lost a Constitutional case in which a former top civil servant, Dr Fako Likoti, was challenging his decision to deny him his pension. Dr

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Lesotho Freight auctions buses

MASERU – THE troubled Lesotho Freight Bus Corporation this week held a fire auction in a desperate bid to close the gaping holes in its books. The auction raised M589 000

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Trade unionist arrested

MASERU – A TRADE unionist, Robert Mokhahlane, was arrested last Friday for holding an illegal press conference where he spoke out against alleged acts of malpractice at a local dagga company,

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Catering firms cook up a storm

MASERU – THREE catering companies have asked the High Court to order the arrest and detention of the Ministry of Health principal secretary for contempt of court. Rhythm and Blues Catering,

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Ex-Alliance workers in court for fraud

MASERU – TWO former Alliance Insurance employees appeared in the Maseru Magistrates’ Court on Monday to answer charges of defrauding the company of M700 000. The two, ’Makhanya Khania and Rankabi

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Indaba ends in stalemate

MOKHOTLONG – VILLAGERS set to be forced off their land due to a planned dam project say they have given up on resolving their differences with the Lesotho Highlands Development Authority