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Moleleki forms new party

Staff Reporter MASERU – MONYANE Moleleki, the embattled deputy leader of the Democratic Congress (DC), is forming a new political party. Moleleki’s decision comes after he last week failed to

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Procurement at centre of corruption: DCEO boss

Leisa Leisanyane MASERU – THE Directorate on Corruption and Economic Offences (DCEO) boss, Borotho Matsoso, says close to 99 percent of corruption cases are related to public procurement. Speaking at

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Thabane coming home

Staff Reporter MASERU – EXILED All Basotho Convention (ABC) leader Thomas Thabane says he is on his way back home. Thabane told thepost yesterday that with Lieutenant General Tlali Kamoli

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Mosisili cornered

Staff Reporter MASERU – OPPOSITION parties are piling pressure on government to reopen parliament where they want to push out Prime Minister Pakalitha Mosisili. Having sealed a coalition deal last

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Mosisili’s fate in judges’ hands

Leisa Leisanyane MASERU – THE fate of the coalition government led by Prime Minister Pakalitha Mosisili now lies in the hands of three judges who will hear the case today.

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Rugby federation seeks Africa nod

Luciah Phahla Maseru – The Federation of Lesotho Rugby (FLR) is hopeful it will be handed full membership to Rugby Africa when the governing body convenes for its 12th general

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Metsing digs in

Staff Reporter MASERU – DEPUTY Prime Minister Mothetjoa Metsing this week demanded that the opposition All Basotho Convention (ABC) and a faction of the Democratic Congress (DC) party should stop

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The game is up, says Molapo

Staff Reporter MASERU  – JOANG Molapo, (Pictured) deputy leader of the Basotho National Party (BNP), wants the High Court to compel Speaker of Parliament Ntlhoi Motsamai to reopen parliament. This

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Police deny knowledge of ‘missing’ officer

Leisa Leisanyane MASERU – THE police have denied any knowledge about the “arrest” of a junior officer who disappeared at a police station earlier this year. The denial comes five

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Taming the ‘beast’ of diabetes

Staff Reporter MASERU – The 2014 Lesotho Demographic and Health Survey (LDHS) says about half of Lesotho’s 1.8 million people do not know the symptoms of sugar diabetes. The study