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Police investigate Mahao killers

Staff Reporter MASERU POLICE have resumed investigating soldiers allegedly involved in the killing of Brigadier Maaparankoe Mahao last June, says Prime Minister Pakalitha Mosisili. Mosisili told parliament on Monday that

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Talks over Kamoli exit

Staff Reporter MASERU THE government will soon engage in talks with army commander Lieutenant General Tlali Kamoli to discuss what Prime Minister Pakalitha Mosisili calls a “mutually agreeable solution”. The

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General amnesty for soldiers

Staff Reporter MASERU THE government is considering a general amnesty for soldiers accused of mutiny, murder and other acts of treason. Prime Minister Pakalitha Mosisili was however quick to point

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AIDS Commission to hold consultative meeting

Staff Reporter MASERU THE National AIDS Commission (NAC) will hold a consultative meeting in Thaba-Bosiu today to map out how to coordinate the fight against the pandemic. The NAC, through

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BNP wants MPs ousted from Parliament

Staff Reporter MASERU THE Basotho National Party (BNP) wants two of its proportional representation MPs booted from parliament. The BNP has asked Speaker of Parliament Ntlhoi Motsamai to release former

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15 Basotho youths leave for the US

Rose Moremoholo MASERU THE US Ambassador to Lesotho Matthews Harrington yesterday bid farewell to 15 young Basotho who will undergo leadership training in America. The youths are part of the

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MP battles M580 000 lawsuit

Rapelang Mosae MASERU BASOTHO National Party (BNP) MP, ’Makhotso Matsumunyane, is facing a M580 000 lawsuit for allegedly defrauding a local catering company. The lawsuit caps a troubled month for

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Is the DC headed for a split?

Staff Reporter MASERU POLITICAL analysts say squabbles within the Democratic Congress (DC) are a clear sign of a possible split, which might lead to the collapse of the coalition government.

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Minister wants to halt cheap car imports

Staff Reporter MASERU THE time for Basotho to import ultra-cheap second-hand vehicles from Japan might be coming to an end if Trade Minister Joshua Setipa gets his way. Setipa told

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SADC signs EPA with EU

Lemohang Rakotsoane MASERU SADC countries have signed a new Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA) with the European Union (EU) that will strengthen and enhance trade between the regional blocs. Trade Minister