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Ramoepana says was tortured

MASERU – A soldier who is accused of killing Lesotho army commander, Lt Gen Khoantle Motšomotšo, last September says he was severely beaten in custody resulting in him suffering from

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‘Diamond curse’ haunts Kolo

MAFETENG – Diamonds have become a curse for an area where people are impoverished 10 years after a mining firm moved in. For residents of Kolo Ha-Petlane, in Mafeteng district,

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Top police officer in trouble

MASERU – ASSISTANT Commissioner of Police Seabata Tutuoane could be in a trouble over M48 000 he requested for a cyber-security training workshop in February. The workshop was held in

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Villagers, mine meeting almost turns rowdy

MOKHOTLONG – A dispute between Letšeng Diamond and residents of villages around its mine in Mokhotlong nearly turned violent last Thursday, thepost heard this week. Angry villagers are alleged to

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Mokhothu sues Speaker

MASERU – THE Democratic Congress (DC) deputy leader Mathibeli Mokhothu is suing Speaker of Parliament Sephiri Motanyane for allegedly stripping him of his title as leader of opposition in parliament.

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Likuena maul Warriors

MASERU – Lesotho claimed an impressive 1-0 win over a strong Zimbabwe side in an international friendly match played at Setsoto Stadium last night. The match attracted a decent crowd

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Church promises to ‘revive believers’

MASERU – In 1995, Simon Hlalele fell gravely ill. Doctors could not diagnose his illness while traditional healers said he had been bewitched. His illness was so severe that he

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Two MPs kicked out of Parliament

MASERU – TWO Lesotho Congress for Democracy (LCD) MPs were yesterday kicked out of parliament for misconduct. ’Malerato Thamae and Lerato Mosenyehi were shown the door by the Sergeant-at-arms. The

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Nurses plead with ’Maesaia over pay

MASERU – FIRST Lady ’Maesaia Thabane has promised nurses working for Tšepong (Pty) Ltd that she will take up their grievances with the government, a move that could help end

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Muckraker: Let the MPs fight

MUCKRAKER, a rural girl to the core, has always liked real fights that are unregulated by rules and unrestrained by the pretentious dictates of decency. There is always something fascinating