Taking care of God’s vineyard

Maseru-Father Lekhooa Lekhooa, 38, sees no theological contradiction in the Catholic Church’s decision to invest in business to secure and advance what he sees as “the Lord’s interests” on earth.

Hospitals run out of oxygen

MASERU-Lesotho is battling a serious shortage of oxygen leading to a surge in Covid-19 deaths, thepost heard this week. That is according to the deputy spokesman for the Coalition of

Majoro’s handling of Covid crisis attacked

MASERU-PRIME Minister Moeketsi Majoro has been accused of maintaining “an impervious indifference” in the manner he has handled the Covid-19 pandemic.That withering criticism was coming from Lesotho Congress for Democracy

Brace for the worst, Majoro warns

MASERU-BRACE yourselves for the worst.That was the chilling message from Prime Minister Moeketsi Majoro as he imposed a new countrywide lockdown that began at midnight yesterday.Dr Majoro said the cabinet

Covid-19 survivors speak out

MASERU-AT almost every hospital in the country, patients showing signs of Covid-19 are wheeled in being daily.“Am I going to survive?” many of them ask. With figures of Covid-19 related

Covid battle: bullets are flying

MASERU-“THERE are bullets flying.”These are the words of Liketso Mochochoko, a doctor on the forefront in the fight against the Covid-19 pandemic. With beds full at some hospitals, no breathing

Storm over spy boss’ new contract

MASERU-THE contract for the National Security Service (NSS) boss Pheello Ralenkoane has been extended to 2023 amid bitter objections from the opposition.Ralenkoane’s initial appointment to the powerful post in 2017

Suspended DCEO boss fights back

MASERU-SUSPENDED Directorate on Corruption and Economic Offences (DCEO) boss, Attorney Mahlomola Manyokole, says he was pushed out when he was about to charge the Prime Minister.Attorney Manyokole however declined to

Covid-hit police stations shut down

MASERU-THREE police stations in Maseru have been forced to shut down after some police officers contracted the deadly virus.Police spokesperson Senior Superintendent Mpiti Mopeli said the stations that have been

‘He was special’

MASERU-Thapelo Mokete always had an inkling that his father would die by a bullet and not through natural causes.That was because his father, Rethabile Mokete, better known as Mosotho Chakela,