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Army sued for M24.5 million

MASERU – THE family of a police constable who was murdered by the army is demanding a staggering M12 million from the Lesotho Defence Force (LDF).Five other people who claim

Two soldiers nabbed for swindling M-Pesa clients

MASERU – TWO soldiers were arrested by the police this week for allegedly swindling M-Pesa clients.Deputy police spokesperson Sub-Inspector ’Mareabetsoe Mofoka confirmed to thepost last night that the two soldiers

Frazer Solar signs power deal with Eswatini

MASERU – A GERMANY-based company, Frazer Solar, which is locked in a bitter dispute with the government of Lesotho, has now moved to Eswatini where it has signed a US$115

The forgotten children – Part 5

MASERU – FROM a very young age, Thabiso was already displaying anti-social behaviour.Now 22, he was known for “bad boy” behaviour when he was still in school at Motimposo Primary,

Suspended DCEO boss attacks judge

MASERU – SUSPENDED Directorate on Corruption and Economic Offences (DCEO) boss, Attorney Mahlomola Manyokole, this week launched a vicious attack against a retired judge who was appointed to investigate him.He

Mosisili forgives mercenaries

MASERU – FORMER Prime Minister Pakalitha Mosisili has forgiven six Mozambican and South African mercenaries who attempted to assassinate him in 2009.Mosisili visited the jailed mercenaries at the Maseru Central

Thabane moves to counter Majoro

MASERU – All Basotho Convention (ABC) leader, Thomas Thabane, is going on a charm offensive starting this weekend in an attempt to counter a rival faction led by his deputy

The trauma of abortion

MASERU – WHEN ’Malillo Moratoe fell pregnant, her boyfriend told her he did not want to have anything to do with her. It was then that her mother and aunt

Maj Gen Motoa begs for minister’s intervention

MASERU – Major General Poqa Motoa who was arrested by the army last week has now asked Defence Minister Halebonoe Setšabi to intervene in his clashes with his boss.Maj Gen

NUL’s Covid-19 drug gets thumbs up

MASERU – PRIME Minister Dr Moeketsi Majoro yesterday pledged to mobilise funds to support the development of a Covid-19 drug being developed by the National University of Lesotho (NUL).He was