Premier League roars into life

MASERU – The Vodacom Premier League is back this weekend after a three-month hiatus due to the Covid-19 pandemic and it returns with spectators finally allowed back into the grounds.For


Thabane to be charged with murder

MASERU – FORMER Prime Minister Thomas Thabane is finally being charged with the murder of his wife, Lipolelo Thabane.A notice of trial from the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) says


‘Trafficking victim’ furious at ministry

MASERU – A woman who was blocked from travelling to the Middle East following suspicions that she was being trafficked is furious with the Ministry of Home Affairs which she


Majoro dodges bullet

MASERU – AN All Basotho Convention (ABC) meeting to decide the fate of Prime Minister Moeketsi Majoro failed to take off this week after party leader Thomas Thabane fell ill.Majoro


Witness accuses top lawyer of forgery

MASERU – A WITNESS in the Mokalekale Khetheng murder case this week stunned the court when he accused a senior lawyer of forgery.Police Constable Tumelo Ntoane implied that Advocate Motiea


MCC, villagers fight over burial site

MASERU – THERE was chaos at the Lifelekoaneng cemetery in Ha-Mabote last Friday after the police ganged up with Maseru City Council (MCC) officials to fight villagers over the burial


Soldier’s attempt to stop prosecution fails

MASERU – MAJOR Pitso Ramoepane, who is facing attempted murder charges together with Lieutenant General Tlali Kamoli and other soldiers, has lost his bid to have his prosecution in the


Ministries at odds over swine flu

MASERU – THE Ministries of Health and Agriculture are at odds over the source of a flu that is sweeping across the country and has caused a public health scare.


The army’s comforter

MASERU – Captain Molefi Mosiuoa would not hesitate to shoot, and kill if necessary, to protect Lesotho’s sovereignty.In carrying out his duties Mosiuoa sees no theological contradiction to his role


Covid outbreak hits jobs

MASERU – THE Covid-19 outbreak and the related economic problems have worsened an already dire situation for many Basotho, many who are finding it difficult to pay their bills.The global