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Fireworks at Setsoto

. . . as LCS locks horns with Matlama….. MASERU-It’s not a title decider, but it definitely promises to be the game of the season so far when Econet Premier

Wool farmers furious

MASERU-Basotho wool and mohair farmers are furious. This week a number of them started receiving what was said to be payment for their wool and mohair. The amounts range between

Thabane blasts Mahao

MASERU-Prime Minister Thomas Thabane has lashed out at National University of Lesotho (NUL) Vice-Chancellor Professor Nqosa Mahao describing him as “a rag that is being blown by the wind”. The

Teachers threaten to down tools again

MASERU-TEACHERS’ trade unions have threatened to down tools again if the government fails to urgently address their grievances. The teachers’ unions are the Lesotho Association of Teachers (LAT), Lesotho Teachers

’Maesaiah says will not reprimand ministers

MASERU-FIRST Lady ’Maesaiah Thabane says she will no longer intervene in government issues after she received a barrage of criticism from the public. Her comments come after she publicly rebuked

Family vows to take on Nthane

MASERU-THE family of a man who was allegedly killed by businessman Tšeliso Nthane last week says it is ready to fight for justice. Nthane allegedly shot his driver, Mohapi Mohapi,

Judge’s appointment faces legal challenge

MASERU-AN attorney who is representing soldiers who are facing triple murder charges says he will challenge in the Constitutional Court the appointment of a Zimbabwean judge to hear the matter.

Mines commissioner grilled

MASERU-COMMISSIONER of Mines, Pheello Tjatja, was not expecting an easy ride when he stood before the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) this week. And indeed he got a rough ride. As

PAC quizzes ex-police boss

MASERU-FORMER Commissioner of Police Kizito Mhlakaza was this week questioned by the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) following allegations he had squandered over M500 000 from the police. The committee summoned

Chaos at the border

MASERU-The Maseru Border was shut down last night as tensions escalated after the South African police allegedly shot and killed a Mosotho man who was allegedly helping some people to