‘Investigate John Xie

MASERU-PARLIAMENT has been asked to investigate John Xie’s role in the government to assess if he did not use his proximity to power to win lucrative government tenders. The Movement

Judge grants bail to ’Maesaiah

MASERU-HIGH Court judge Justice Thamsanqa Nomncongo says ’Maesaiah Thabane should not be punished merely on the basis of hearsay. Justice Nomncongo said this while granting M10 000 bail to ’Maesaiah who

Top cop probed over stolen sheep

Maseru-A senior police officer is under investigation for allegedly stealing a sheep when he was still commander of Pitseng Police Station in 2014.The case, RCI 13/ 07/2014, was opened with

Pneumonia- related deaths spike

 MASERU-THE Ministry of Home Affairs is worried about a sudden upsurge in the number of pneumonia-related deaths at a time when the country is battling to deal with the Covid-19.

Beer in prison for ’Maesaiah

Maseru-PRISON authorities on Monday seized alcohol that was allegedly going to be delivered to ‘Maesaiah Thabane. The incident happened on the same day ‘Maesaiah was granted bail after spending nearly


Post Bank donates food, wheelchairs

MASERU-THE Lesotho Post Bank on Saturday donated wheel chairs and groceries worth M50 000 to four families in Mokhethoaneng, Liphiring, which have been hit hard by the Covid-19 pandemic.The families,


SA journalist back home

MASERU-A South African journalist, Paul Nthoba, who had fled to Lesotho last month after he was assaulted by the police finally returned home yesterday. Nthoba returned home after mediation by


Ramohlanka elected new Deputy Speaker

MASERU-Lebohang Ramohlanka was yesterday elected the Deputy Speaker of Parliament becoming the first Mosotho woman to hold the prestigious position. Ramohlanka secured 61 votes against the All Basotho Convention (ABC)’s


MP close to tears

MASERU-AN MP for the Movement for Economic Change (MEC), Thabo Ramatla, nearly broke down in Parliament this week as he narrated how he escaped death by a whisker two weeks


Detained officer picks documents from home

MASERU-Superintendent Thabo Tšukulu, who has been in remand prison for three years, was allowed to visit his home on Tuesday to pick up what he says were crucial documents for