THE Constitutional Court this week ruled that Prime Minister Pakalitha Mosisili did not violate the law when he advised King Letsie III to dissolve parliament and call a fresh election
WE note with grave concern the threats by opposition parties to punish any civil servant who will sign off a procurement of services and goods for the government. The opposition
KING Letsie III this week accepted Prime Minister Pakalitha Mosisili’s advice to dissolve Parliament a decision that effectively paves the way for fresh elections within the next 90 days. The
Lesotho’s opposition parties are adamant that they will push a vote-of-no-confidence in the government led by Prime Minister Pakalitha Mosisili when Parliament re-opens tomorrow. This could set in motion a
THE return home last weekend of three exiled opposition leaders could set in motion a successful process in the search for a lasting political solution for Lesotho if handled carefully.
THE Lesotho Situation Report done by UNICEF which was released in December last year says 679 437 people in Lesotho’s rural areas are in dire need of urgent humanitarian assistance.
THE government of Lesotho is plodding ahead with plans to hold an all-stakeholders’ conference to push for constitutional and security sector reforms later this month. Deputy Prime Minister Mothetjoa Metsing
FORMER Gambian president Yahya Jammeh left his country at the weekend for exile in Equatorial Guinea ending what was likely to be a bloody confrontation with soldiers from ECOWAS. It
WE note with concern last Sunday’s arrest, detention and alleged harassment of firebrand Alliance of Democrats (AD) youth league leader Thuso Litjobo by unidentified men. The arrest came after he