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Leposa to march over salary hike

MASERU – THE Lesotho Police Staff Association (Leposa) says police officers are yet to receive their six percent salary increase. On Tuesday Leposa will stage protest march to pressure Acting

When a relative loses it

…Mohlomi battles to cope with huge influx of patients… MASERU – WHEN Mojalefa Selialia speaks, his voice betrays little emotion. But bottled inside are feelings of anxiety and depression caused

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Mosito to fight back

MASERU – COURT of Appeal President Justice Kananelo Mosito will tell Prime Minister Thomas Thabane that he has no qualms relinquishing his job at the National University of Lesotho (NUL)

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‘Thabane has lost it’

MASERU – THE battle for the All Basotho Convention (ABC) took a nasty twist last week when party leader Thomas Thabane expelled four party members who belong to the new

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Clarification

In our issue of thepost dated June 6-12, 2019, we published a story headlined, Hospital of horror. The story was accompanied by a stand-alone picture of the World Bank’s representative

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Suspended boss denies role in bank fraud

MASERU – SUSPENDED Lesotho Post Bank Finance Director, Themba Sopeng, has denied defrauding a customer of M6.9 million. Sopeng was suspended in February after he allegedly facilitated a fraudulent transfer

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Taking motoho back to roots

ROMA – THE National University of Lesotho (NUL) Innovation Hub did not invent motoho. They have, however, taken motoho (soft sour sorghum porridge) back to its original roots. The result

Mokhothu says no to GNU

THABA-PHECHELA – THE Democratic Congress (DC) leader Mathibeli Mokhothu says it is too late to push for a Government of National Unity (GNU), saying Prime Minister Thomas Thabane must go.

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Metsing says not keen on ministerial post

TAUNG – LESOTHO Congress for Democracy (LCD) party leader Mothetjoa Metsing says he does not want any ministerial position in a Government of National Unity (GNU) despite pushing for the

Thotanyana dumps LCD

MASERU – FORMER Mines Minister Lebohang Thotanyana is quitting the Lesotho Congress for Democracy (LCD) over the party’s support of the proposed Government of National Unity (GNU). Although Thotanyana is