…As opposition reacts angrily to ‘King’s speech’

MOHALE’S HOEK – THE opposition has angrily reacted to a call by King Letsie III calling for the full implementation of the SADC commission recommendations. Controversial secretary general of the


King gives nod to SADC recommendations

MASERU – KING Letsie III says all SADC commission recommendations and decisions will be fully implemented by his government. The King made the comment while officially opening Lesotho’s 10th parliament

Ministers will no longer fly first class

MASERU – FINANCE Minister Moeketsi Majoro has tightened the lid on unnecessary expenditure by ministers and other senior government officials. Majoro told MPs during the budget speech yesterday that as


Metsing ‘fears for his life’

MASERU – FORMER Deputy Prime Minister Mothetjoa Metsing says he is being stalked and fears his life is under threat, thepost can reveal. Sources within the government and Metsing’s own


Court martial fails to take off

MASERU – THE long-awaited Court Martial to try soldiers accused of plotting mutiny failed to sit on Tuesday. The soldiers are accused of being charged with plotting to mutiny against

Plan to weed out old age pension cheats

MASERU – FINANCE Minister Dr Moeketsi Majoro says efforts are underway to weed out individuals who are fraudulently receiving old age pensions. Majoro made the remarks while delivering his 2017/18

Shake-up in police

MASERU – Police Minister ’Mampho Mokhele this week effected major changes in the police with a senior top officer, Holomo Molibeli, who resigned in 2015 bouncing back as acting police

The rot at Queen II

MASERU – QUEEN Elizabeth II Hospital used to be a centre of excellence. If other clinics and hospitals in the districts failed to treat your illness this was the place

Bid to ‘unshackle’ Radio Lesotho, LTV

MASERU – THE government is working on a plan to transform Radio Lesotho and TV Lesotho “from being a captured state propaganda broadcaster into a national broadcaster”.  Finance Minister Moeketsi


When justice fails one of its own

MASERU – IT could be genuine amnesia or for practical purposes that staff at the High Court call Lesitsi Mokeke registrar. When a person has been acting in a position