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Teachers in fresh strike threat

MASERU – THE Lesotho Association of Teachers (LAT) has threatened to down tools again if the government fails to urgently address grievances tabled by teachers. The government has however warned that

Minister pleads with teachers

MASERU – EDUCATION Minister Ntoi Rapapa has asked teachers, who have announced a decision to go on strike, to exercise patience and give the government a chance to resolve their grievances.

SA ministers on fire-fighting mission

MASERU – JUSTICE Dikgang Moseneke has appointed two South African ministers into the Disputes Resolutions Mechanism Committee as he steps up his bid to drive the reforms agenda. Mohamed Enver Surty,

Fresh row to fleet tender

………..Fresh row to fleet tender…………. MASERU –   A NEW attempt by the government to hire a fleet management company to run the government’s vehicles has run into problems after a

The business of beauty

MASERU – IN the midst of pain, Mpho Phakoana found a business niche. The 28-year-old lost some of her closest relatives to cancer and a heart attack. The developments left her

War veterans win case

MASERU – FOUR Lesotho Liberation Army Veterans Association (LLA-VETA) members have won a case forcing the government to return them to their positions as reconciliation officers. High Court judge Justice Teboho

CCL defends Rantle

MASERU – The Christian Council of Lesotho (CCL) has defended its decision to accept the newly formed Wesleyan Methodist Church led by Reverend Daniel Rantle. This follows complaints by members of

Senate wants MPs to repay loans

MASERU – THE Senate wants MPs who took out interest-free loans to repay the money, thepost heard this week. Senate Clerk, Selete Molete, told thepost that the Senate is on the

Blow for Clause 10

MASERU – THE Constitutional Court yesterday ruled that Clause 10 of the agreement signed between the government and the opposition a fortnight ago paving way for the reforms was unconstitutional. The

Metsing to return November 25

MASERU – EXILED Lesotho Congress for Democracy (LCD) leader, Mothetjoa Metsing, is set to return home on November 25. This was revealed by the leader of the opposition in Parliament, Mathibeli