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Exiled agents say stranded

MASERU – SECURITY agents who fled into exile in South Africa after the election of Prime Minister Thomas Thabane two years ago say they are now stranded after the government

Novel way to battle malnutrition

MOHALE’S HOEK – IN an effort to fight malnutrition in HIV and drought stricken Lesotho, the government, the United Nations and some NGOs are encouraging keyhole gardening in some of

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Drama as lawyer says barred from court

MASERU – COURT of Appeal judges were stunned last night when a litigant in the All Basotho Convention (ABC)’s case told them that his lawyer had been barred from court.

Royal treatment in Machache

…..Pregnant women say being treated with absolute honour…. NAZARETH – ’MAMOTLATSI Maine has a hospital job title very few people would be familiar with: a doula. But the women who

Mokaloba grilled

MASERU – Lesotho Defence Force (LDF) Inspector General, Ramanka Mokaloba, was last Friday grilled by the police over his role in the events of August 2014 that the government says

Phori in bribe storm

MASERU – SMALL Businesses Minister, Chalane Phori, is embroiled in a bribery scandal involving M500 000. Mahloenyeng Trading, a wool company, alleges that the minister asked for half a million

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Road Fund hosts stakeholder meetings

  MASERU – THE Road Fund is currently conducting one-on-one engagement meetings in a bid to improve relations amongst stakeholders. The meetings began last month and are due to end

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It was the Judicial Commissioner’s Court

MASERU – THE President of the Judicial Officers Association of Lesotho (JOALE), magistrate Masupha Kao, says it was the Judicial Commissioner’s Court that was given M36 000 and not the

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Group wants Mahase out

MASERU – VOICE of the Voiceless, a human rights advocacy group, has petitioned Prime Minister Thomas Thabane not to confirm Acting Chief Justice ’Maseforo Mahase to the substantive position.Handing over

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Keeping HIV in check

LERIBE – Desperate to curb the world’s second highest HIV prevalence, the Lesotho government is finding allies from very unlikely quarters – amongst the sex workers and the LGBTI community