Cabinet reshuffled

Cabinet reshuffled

MASERU-KING Letsie III with the advice of Prime Minister Thomas Thabane reshuffled the cabinet on Tuesday.
The Minister of Home Affairs Tsukutlane Au was moved to the Ministry of Energy and Meteorology while the Minister of Energy Mokoto Hloaele has been moved to Home Affairs.
Meanwhile, the Minister of Public Service Joang Molapo has swapped with the Minister of Tourism, Environment and Culture. Molapo is now the Minister of Tourism, Environment and Culture while Semano Sekatle is the new Minister of Public Service.

There were also some changes in the Principal Secretaries.
Senior Private Secretary in the Prime Minister’s Office Lefu Manyokole is now the Principal Secretary of the Ministry of Health while Kabelo Lehora has taken over Manyokole’s position.

Tieho ’Mamasiane who was the Principal Secretary (PS) of Basic Education is now the PS for Tourism, Environment and Culture while Advocate ’Mole Kumalo has been moved to the Ministry of Social Development from the Ministry of Health.

Principal Secretary in the Office of the Prime Minister ’Maseithati Mabeleng is now the PS in the Ministry of Forestry while Thebe Mokoatle is the new PS in the Office of the Prime Minister.
Lerotholi Pheko is now the PS of the Ministry of Labour and Neo Liphoto is the PS for Basic Education.
Matela Thabane has been appointed PS in the Ministry of Police.

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