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Scandal? What scandal?

MASERU – JUSTICE Minister Mokhele Moletsane says there is nothing amiss about Chief Justice Nthomeng Majara’s suspension. Moletsane said the decision is based on section 121 (3) of the constitution which

Mohair auction fails

MASERU – THABA-BOSIU wool centre has failed to hold mohair auction due to inadequate quantities, thepost can reveal. It only managed to collect 300 bales, 900 short of the 1 200

Stormy start for Justice Mahase

…as she grants contentious order against substantive chief justice………… MASERU – JUSTICE ‘Maseforo Mahase started her tenure as acting chief justice with a controversial decision likely to trigger questions about her

Majara hits back at Thabane

MASERU – SUSPENDED Chief Justice Nthomeng Majara will not go down without a fight. Last night she responded to Prime Minister Thomas Thabane’s decision to suspend her with a law suit.

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School runs on empty

MASERU – BORIBENG High School has huge ambitions but lacks the means to achieve its full potential. One of its major problems is water, a basic human need that many take

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Banks coming to Lesotho

MASERU – BRITISH magnate Aaron Banks, whose controversial dealings with Basotho National Party (BNP) leader Thesele ’Maseribane recently made international headlines, is said to be coming to Lesotho. ’Maseribane, who is

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LCD activist demands M4 million

MASERU – A Lesotho Congress for Democracy (LCD) activist is demanding M4 million in damages from Police Commissioner for alleged torture, unlawful arrest and kidnapping. Paseka Chele, popularly known as Mopapa,

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Students threaten teacher with guns

MASERU – SOME pupils in Berea threatened their teachers with guns last week, forcing police to intervene in an incident highlighting how gun culture is pervading Lesotho’s schools. In stunning fashion,

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Mapesela breathes fire

MASERU – NEVER one to shy away from a brawl, Trade Minister Tefo Mapesela this week took off the gloves for a bare knuckle fight with two principal chiefs. The target

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Illegal abortions choke Tšepong

MASERU – THE ministry of Health is alarmed at the number of women being admitted at Tšepong due to complications during illegal abortions. Health Ministry’s Director General Dr ’Nyane Letsie told