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Villagers demand their pound of flesh

Their forefathers built caves to escape cannibalism, now Kome villagers are demanding their pound of flesh BEREA – Chief Teleka and his people built the Kome Caves in the 19th

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Thabane says reforms urgent

MASERU – PRIME Minister Thomas Thabane says recent disturbances in the army have made the implementation of security and constitutional reforms more urgent. And SADC has now made those areas

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Five soldiers charged with murder

MASERU – FIVE members of the Lesotho Defence Force (LDF) appeared in the Maseru Magistrates’ Court on Monday to answer charges of murder. The five are accused of killing Lekhoele Noko from Leribe,

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Hashatsi bid friends farewell

MAFETENG – COLONEL Tefo Hashatsi bid his relatives and friends farewell indirectly before he was killed, thepost can reveal. Although the Hashatsi family denies that their soon partook in the plot to gun

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I’m traumatised, says MoAfrika boss

MASERU – MOAFRIKA FM managing director Ratabane Ramainoane says he is seeking the services of a psychologist to help him cope with his trauma. Ramainoane was arrested at the High

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A mother’s cry for help

MOHALE’S HOEK – HOW does a mother deal with the trauma of not knowing whether her son is alive or dead? That is the agony two families in Mohale’s Hoek

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SADC army to arrive in two weeks

MASERU – A regional standby army is expected to arrive in the country within the next two weeks after the SADSC Double Troika last Friday approved Lesotho’s urgent request for

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DCEO investigator shot

MASERU – AN investigator with the Directorate on Corruption and Economic Offences (DCEO) was shot and seriously injured by an unknown gunman last Friday. The investigator, Thabang Ntai, 38, is

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No Court of Appeal sessions this year

MASERU – THE Court of Appeal’s October session will not sit this year because the court does not have a president. Registrar Advocate Lesitsi Mokeke told thepost last night that

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Ratšele says summoned by police

MASERU – THE deputy spokesman for the Lesotho Congress for Democracy (LCD), Apesi Ratšele, says he has been summoned by the police for questioning. Ratšele told thepost last night that