Court of Appeal goes digital

 MASERU-THE Court of Appeal will in the next two weeks hear 24 cases via video teleconferencing as part of measures to prevent the spread of Covid-19. The President of the


Lesotho’s own “Facebook” for students

ROMA-OF course, it is not Facebook.Yet, it has all the hallmarks of a social media platform.You can like, share and comment.You can edit your own profile to be seen by


Why Thabane fell

MASERU-THE glowing eulogies began a few moments after former Prime Minister Thomas Thabane announced his resignation.Suddenly, he was being described as a great and wise leader who dedicated his life


what majoro stands for

MASERU-FORMER Finance Minister Dr Moeketsi Majoro yesterday defied odds to become Lesotho’s prime minister.He is largely seen as a compromise choice candidate to emerge from what has been a gruesome


Phori in hot water

MASERU-FORMER Small Business Minister Chalane Phori is about to face the music for his alleged reckless talk in former Prime Minister Thomas Thabane’s defence. Phori irked the All Basotho Convention


Factory unions dare government

 MASERU-LABOUR Unions have promised the new Prime Minister, Moeketsi Majoro, a baptism of fire if all factory workers are not paid the M800 that government promised.   Workers have threatened


Look who is ’Mannyeo now!

Now that he is gone, Muckraker thinks it is time to ask what is it that Uncle Tom will take back home. Leabua Jonathan took his cattle home.Major General Justin


Lengana: from Madagascar, with love

 …How Convid-19 has reignited the tradition versus ‘modern’ medicine debate MASERU-THERE is an opportunity in every crisis.The Covid-19 crisis might have brought anguish to the rest of the world but


Thabane says sorry

…Apologises for mistakes during his tumultuous rule MASERU-FORMER Prime Minister Thomas Thabane seemed to apologise for the wrongs he committed while in office, but fell short of taking full responsibility.


ABC youth wants total retirement for Thabane

  MASERU -THE All Basotho Convention (ABC)’s youth league says former Prime Minister Thomas Thabane should retire as both an MP and party leader. The league’s spokesman, Senator Mphonyane Lebesa, said they