Mosisili vs Kamoli

MASERU – FORMER Prime Minister Pakalitha Mosisili is among 51 crown witnesses expected to testify in the murder trial of former army commander Tlali Kamoli. Lieutenant General Kamoli is on

News Manyokole new DCEO boss

MASERU – Attorney Moses Mahlomola Manyokole has been appointed new

Local News South Africa seize LDF horses

MASERU – ABOUT 68 horses from the Lesotho Defence Force

Local News Hlotse police on go slow

MASERU – POLICE in Hlotse have embarked on a go-

Local News Cleaning the ‘passage’ to adulthood

MOHALE’S HOEK – STAY long enough in any village in




Leboela: the man who had a magic touch

LERIBE – LESOTHO is blessed with an abundance of football talent and although the country may not be up there with the rest of the world in terms of professionalism,

More small firms paying their dues

MASERU – THE Lesotho Revenue Authority (LRA) says tax compliance among Small, Micro and Medium Enterprises (SMMEs) has improved compared to previous years. This is after the LRA introduced Tax




“Thabane captured by thieves”

MASERU – MOVEMENT for Economic Change (MEC) leader, Selibe Mochoboroane, says Prime Minister Thomas Thabane is surrounded by thieves. Mochoboroane was speaking at a rally in Mafeteng on Sunday. He

Insight Trouble in Zimbabwe

The situation in Zimbabwe is tense. There has been a

Africa There is nothing called ‘free aid’

THE shades and the hues of colour at dawn and

Insight Imperatives of professionalizing public service

Continued from last week……. Prevalence of Political Patronage in Lesotho

Africa Why Zuma’s ouster is good for Lesotho

While the National Executive Committee (NEC) of the African National



Comment Start preparing divorce papers

THE decision by the Professor Nqosa Mahao-led faction to “suspend”

Comment Thabane’s Waterloo

THE extraordinary decision by the Professor Nqosa Mahao camp to

Comment Why a GNU is bad for Lesotho

Lesotho Congress for Democracy (LCD) leader, Mothetjoa Metsing, has over

Comment Kicking the can down the road

Parliament is set to adjourn until September 13 this year

When harlots hit the streets

It was good to see opposition leaders clad in tattered blankets march with the wool farmers. But even as the opposition leaders were mingling and bum-jiving with the farmers Muckraker