BNP youths want Thabane out

MASERU – THE Basotho National Party (BNP) youth league says Prime Minister Thomas Thabane must step down because “we can’t be ruled by a crime suspect”. The BNP Youth League’s attack

News Police quiz senior officials

MASERU – THREE senior government officials were this week summoned by

News The daring radical

MASERU- IF there was any event that brought Motebang Koma into

News Key laptop stolen at Home Affairs

MASERU – A laptop with crucial information on a controversial contract

News Military precision in business

MASERU – CAN a stint in the military help instil the

LDF crush Kick4Life

MASERU – Lesotho Defence Force (LDF) came from behind to beat Kick4Life 3-1 in an Econet Premier League encounter played at Setsoto Stadium yesterday. The win eases pressure on LDF as

BEDCO re-launches business plan competition

MASERU – THE Basotho Enterprises Development Corporation (BEDCO) on Monday re-launched the Business Plan Competition (BCP) which was suspended late last year. The competition was suspended after the process was hijacked

Plot to oust Thabane thickens

MASERU – FOR Prime Minister Thomas Thabane and his wife, these are troubled times and unrelenting vultures on the door are smelling blood. First Lady ’Maesaiah Thabane’s failure to present herself

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

Africa 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 Very damaging allegations

PRIME Minister Thomas Thabane’s decision to send Police Commissioner Holomo

Comment Break political stalemate

At the tail-end of 2019, High Court judge, Justice Tšeliso

Comment Roll back poverty

A comprehensive 156-page report released by the World Bank last

Comment False diagnosis, wrong prescription

REPORTS that Prime Minister Thomas Thabane sent an emissary to