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Riots shut down Fokothi

MASERU – LEROTHOLI Polytechnic has been closed until further notice after yesterday’s violent riots that left a trail of damage at the college. This after angry students went on the rampage

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Soldiers charged with murder

MASERU- NINE Lesotho Defence Force (LDF) soldiers appeared before the Mafeteng Magistrate’s Court yesterday to answer a charge of murder. According to the charge sheet read in court, the soldiers brutally

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LRA hits target

MASERU – THE Lesotho Revenue Authority (LRA) has met its target in the first quarter of the 2018/2019 financial year. So far the LRA has collected M1.7 billion, which is 33

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Judiciary staff moan over working conditions

MASERU – JUDICIARY support staff yesterday complained to Justice Minister Mokhele Moletsane about the unpleasant working environment in the courts. Speaking on behalf of the complainants yesterday, Deputy Registrar of the

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ABC youths back Thabane

MASERU – THE All Basotho Convention (ABC) Youth League has come out guns blazing in support of party leader Thomas Thabane. The youths told a press conference on Tuesday that they

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Metsing still holed up in SA

MASERU – IT is still not clear when the self-exiled leader of the Lesotho Congress for Democracy (LCD) Mothetjoa Metsing will come back to Lesotho. Not even the opposition leaders who

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Thakaso takes mining row to PAC

MASERU – BUSINESSMAN and opposition politician, Mohau Thakaso, last Thursday handed over a dossier on Deputy Prime Minister Monyane Moleleki to the Public Accounts Committee (PAC). Thakaso, who is the leader

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Farmer in trouble over wool export

MASERU – LOCAL veterinary doctor Mohlalefi Moteane is expected to appear before the Maseru magistrate’s court today to answer charges of trying to illegally export tonnes of wool to South Africa.

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Is Thabane losing his grip on ABC?

MASERU – COULD Prime Minister Thomas Thabane be losing his grip as leader of the All Basotho Convention (ABC)? That is the question some are asking after he was heckled by

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Police quiz Nkoka over attacks

MASERU – A former Ministry of Communications, Science and Technology senior official, Ratokelo Nkoka, was briefly quizzed by the police over his role in the August 29, 2014 political disturbances. Sources