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The long wait in pain

MASERU IT all started towards the end of June last year when the two boys woke up to find their father gone. Their mother was weeping in her bedroom. She

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Blow for detained soldiers

Staff Reporter MASERU THE Court of Appeal has rejected a charge by defence lawyers that Defence Minister Tšeliso Mokhosi’sdecision to convene a court martial against 23 soldiers accused of mutiny

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End of the road for Mosito

Staff Reporter MASERU “Judges are human. They can commit crimes, and if they do they can be prosecuted. They can also behave in ways proving them unfit for judicial office.

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LRA to chase Ponzi investors

MASERU Staff Reporter IF you made profits from any of the Ponzi schemes that have mushroomed across the country don’t be shocked if you get a call from the Lesotho

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A miracle in Ha-Ramabanta

Lemohang Rakotsoane HA-RAMABANTA WHEN Retšelisitsoe Koloti’s father died in 1996, she was devastated. While her wounds were still fresh, her mother, who had proved to be a pillar of strength

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Lesotho wants section of water treaty reviewed

Justice Maqelepo MASERU WATER Affairs Principal Secretary Khomoatsana Tau says the government wants a section of the 1986 water treaty reviewed to allow it to influence the appointment of board

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BCP at heart, in mind, body and spirit

Obituary of Ntate Ntsukunyane Mphanya, 1931-2016 By Motlatsi Thabane   ON 13 April, 2016, various news media announced the passing-away of Ntate Ntsukunyane Mphanya. He died peacefully surrounded by family

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Group ramps ups pressure over SADC recommendations

Staff Reporter MASERU A civil society group, the Movement for Democracy and Development (MDD), has called on Basotho and the international community to exert pressure on the government to implement

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Water Treaty has not been violated

THE Lesotho Youth Leagues Forum (LYLF) has recently clashed with the government of Lesotho over the non-inclusion of hydropower generation at Polihali Dam. The youth forum says it is not

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Knives out for BNP boss

Staff Reporter MASERU THE Basotho National Party (BNP) is getting ready to haul its secretary general to coals over allegations of bringing the party into disrepute and making false allegations