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Ministry sued over per diems

MASERU – FOUR human resources and planning officials are suing the Ministry of Development Planning for over M89 278 which they say the ministry owes them in per diems. The quartet,

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Mahaos sue Kamoli

MASERU – THE family of the late Lieutenant General Maaparankoe Mahao is suing former army commander Lt Gen Tlali Kamoli for their son’s death at the hands of soldiers. The family

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Mines official fails to collect royalties

MASERU – THE Commissioner of Mining Phehello Tjatja failed to collect royalties from mining companies after he could not distinguish between mining royalties and diamond sales tax, thepost heard this week.

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Deadly revenge attack in Mapoteng

BEREA – A murder suspect freed from custody on bail last Wednesday was killed two days later by the vengeful relatives of his victim. Mokhoabo Sello, 25, had brutally killed a

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Khomari’s harvest of thorns

MASERU – TŠELISO ‘Frisco’ Khomari could have been a millionaire footballer, at least according to his own claims. Instead, he went for politics. After having his heart broken by his party,

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NHTC shut down after protests

MASERU – THE National Health Training College (NHTC) has been closed after students went on strike over a staggering 136 percent fee increase. The students said they were not consulted when

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Protests rock Roma campus

MASERU – THE National University of Lesotho (NUL) was this Tuesday rocked by protests by students who were demanding the release of their allowances. The disturbances were continuing as of yesterday.

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PAC to grill Molapo

MASERU – Public Service Minister Joang Molapo is set to be quizzed by the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) for allegedly hiring a deputy principal secretary when he was still minister of

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SADC ultimatum triggers storm

MASERU – A statement in the SADC communiqué has triggered a debate that illustrates the chasm between the government and the opposition on who is to blame for delaying reform the

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Makgothi warns Metsing

‘Come back home or risk extradition’ MASERU – FOREIGN Affairs Minister Lesego Makgothi says Lesotho Congress for Democracy (LCD) leader Mothetjoa Metsing should come back home of his own volition if