Skeletons tumble out

……LCA board under pressure over convicted member….. MASERU-THE Lesotho Communications Authority (LCA)’s board which has been chasing Vodacom Lesotho over alleged violations has its own skeletons in the closet. One

Iveco shut down

MASERU-THE government has shut down the Traffic Mobile Court after pressure from taxi operators.The decision came after taxi owners across the country parked their vehicles to protest against the court

10 taxi operators arrested

MASERU-AT least 10 taxi operators were arrested and detained in Maseru yesterday for allegedly blocking roads during a strike.Police spokesman Superintendent Mpiti Mopeli said six of those arrested were picked

Laboratory halts Covid-19 tests

MASERU-The National Referral Laboratory (NRL) has stopped testing due to absence of consumables.The lab last conducted tests on October 14.The National Covid-19 Secretariat (Nacosec) Broadcasting and Communication Specialist, Rose Moremoholo,

MP demands transparency with donations

MASERU-An MP wants politicians and politically connected people to declare the sources of the food they donate to the poor.Linotlolo tsa Khauta (DPL) leader, Limpho Tau, made the suggestion in

I am not going anywhere: Molise

MASERU-AFTER spending 12 years in jail for murder and kidnapping Phakiso Molise thought he had paid his dues. So, in 2018 he applied to be a director of the Lesotho

Daring guard takes vehicle for the weekend

MASERU-A daring security guard was this week convicted in the Maseru Magistrate’s Court after he took a Ministry of Education vehicle for the “weekend” without first seeking permission. The court

Shi’s licence suspended

MASERU-THE government has suspended the licence of Maseru Dawning, the controversial wool broking company accused of fleecing thousands of farmers over the past two years.The company owned by Stone Shi,

Rank madness

QUTHING-FOR food trader ‘Mabataung Matlama, the business environment in Quthing has always been deplorable.But nothing puts her off more than being forced to sell food to her customers at a

Nedbank hands over M60k worth of PPEs to Scott Hospital

MORIJA-KING Letsie III last Friday handed over Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) worth M60 000 to Scott Hospital in Morija, thanks to Nedbank Lesotho.Nedbank contributed the cash towards the King’s 57th