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LNDC donates computers to Agric College

MASERU – THE Lesotho National Development Corporation (LNDC) has handed over 21 computers to the Lesotho Agricultural College (LAC). The LNDC and LAC also signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) in

Church hospitals charge M800 for referrals

Says partnership with government not inclusive of free referrals…….. MASERU – THE Christian Health Association of Lesotho (CHAL), which runs dozens of health institutions across the country, says its partnership with

Mahao guns for ABC deputy leader’s post

MASERU – THE National University of Lesotho (NUL) Vice-Chancellor Professor Nqosa Mahao says he will next year run for the position of deputy leader of the All Basotho Convention (ABC) party.

Thabane wants mines to boost lives of Basotho

MASERU – Prime Minister Thomas Thabane wants to see mining companies do more to improve the lives of Basotho. Thabane made the comments while speaking at the opening of a two-day

Thabane cracks whip on party critics

MASERU – Zip it or face the boot. That is the message from Prime Minister Thomas Thabane to his internal party critics, whom he seems eager to silence before they do

Police officer ‘eaten’ by vicious dogs

MASERU – A 28-year-old police officer was beaten, forcibly tied by ropes by two brothers only to be eaten alive by vicious dogs in Koalabata in Maseru, thepost heard this week.

Drought takes its toll

MASERU – VAN Rooyen residents in Mafeteng district heaved a sigh of relief two weeks ago after the Lesotho Revenue Authority (LRA) handed over a water tap. Residents said they had

‘M8.5 billion earned from water royalties’

WORK on Phase Two of the multi-million maloti Lesotho Highlands Water Project (LHWP) is set to roar into life after a joint venture involving Lesotho and South African companies were

Judge’s ouster null and void

MASERU – THE High Court on Monday ruled that the termination of Justice Yvonne Mokgoro’s appointment as the acting President of the Court of Appeal was null and void. The ruling

‘Premier not under pressure to fill vacancies’

MASERU – PRIME Minister Thomas Thabane is not under any pressure to fill vacancies created by the resignations of three government ministers earlier this year, thepost heard this week. Thabane’s spokesman,