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Majoro must salvage ABC

ELSEWHERE in this issue we carry a story of the massive defections that are rocking the All Basotho Convention (ABC) party.The defections are taking place countrywide and could leave the

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Release detainees to the police

ELSEWHERE in this issue, we carry a gripping story of 28 people who have been detained by the army after they allegedly terrorised villagers in Koalabata over the past two

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Lack of cohesion will hurt Basotho

AT the time of writing this editorial last night, it appeared as if the coalition government led by Prime Minister Moeketsi Majoro would survive after all.This after a week of

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The end of the road for ABC

THE ABC finally imploded this week following a vicious power struggle that had played out behind the scenes over the last two years.We are not surprised that matters have finally

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Stop the rot in pension scheme

FINANCE Minister Thabo Sophonea last week painted a picture of a man who is under siege from corrupt elements running the Old Age Pension scheme.Some senior officials within the Ministry

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Allow judicial process to unfold

SADC envoy to Lesotho, Justice Dikgang Moseneke, recently torched a storm when he proposed to set up a Transitional Justice Commission (TJC) to deal with past rights violations. Under the

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Vote them out

WE are not surprised that the controversial decision by MPs to award themselves a hefty M5 000 fuel allowance every month has sparked the fierce response from Basotho that it

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This won’t be cheap

BY now the experts at the Ministry of Finance must have calculated how much the government will pay if it cancels Tšepong’s contract to manage the Queen ’Mamohato Memorial Hospital

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Tread carefully

WE are not surprised that the government is moving to terminate Tšepong Pty (Ltd)’s contract to manage the Queen ’Mamohato Memorial Hospital.This has been a long time coming. Relations have

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Yesterday’s man

THE ruling All Basotho Convention (ABC)’s decision to make Thomas Thabane the face of the party for next year’s general elections has been met with utter bewilderment from Basotho. The