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MP attacks minister

MASERU-AN MP has accused Energy Minister Mohapi Mohapinyane of removing villages in his constituency from the list of areas to be electrified this year. Thuso Litjobo, the MP for the

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Phoofolo warns Majoro

MASERU-ATTORNEY General Haae Phoofolo has warned Prime Minister Moeketsi Majoro that he has crossed the red line by sending him on terminal leave pending the expiry of his contract. Last

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Second-hand car imports halted

MASERU-THE government has stopped issuing permits to garages importing second hand vehicles.The moratorium which started on September 15 follows a preliminary investigation that revealed rampant corruption and fraud in the

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Heads to roll in PM’s office over leak

MASERU-HEADS could roll in the Prime Minister’s office after the embarrassing leak of a highly confidential document.Prime Minister Moeketsi Majoro is said to be furious and has ordered an investigation

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Majoro could find himself in legal squeeze

MASERU-PRIME Minister Moeketsi Majoro could find himself in a legal jam if Attorney General Haae Phoofolo refuses to go on terminal leave pending his exit in February next year. The

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Lab could run out of consumables

MASERU-The National Referral Laboratory (NRL) could soon run out of consumables, threatening the fight against the Covid-19 pandemic.National Covid-19 Secretariat Chief Executive Officer, Thabo Khasipe, said they have ordered a

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43 percent of girls abused

MASERU-FORTY-THREE percent of all female children under the age of 18 have experienced sexual, physical and emotional violence in Lesotho.Among males, the figure rises to 59 percent. The shocking statistics

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Syndicate registers Lesotho children for SA social grants

MASERU-A shadowy syndicate is allegedly registering Basotho children illegally in South Africa in an elaborate scheme to defraud that country’s social security grants, thepost heard this week. A local Non-Governmental

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Hotels, lodges sink in debts

…as government fails to pay Covid-19quarantine centres MASERU-HOTELS and lodges used as Covid-19 quarantine centres could shut down after the government failed to pay them.The owners said they have not

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On verge of starvation

MASERU-WITH schools that used to provide free meals closed due to Covid-19, ’Malechesa Lillane is stranded at home with children she can hardly feed.As the economic effects of Covid-19 ravage