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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

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Educate people on vaccine efficacy

Lesotho is expected to start rolling out a massive Covid-19 vaccination programme later this month.The vaccines have been acquired as part of the Covax Facility Advanced Market Commitment, a global

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Weed out criminals at polytechnic

TWO students from Lerotholi Polytechnic were reported missing this week after they disappeared during an initiation ritual in Mohokare River last weekend.The tragedy is yet reminder that the secretive rituals

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Stability key to economic growth

ARMY commander Lieutenant General Mojalefa Letsoela last Thursday issued a chilling warning of what he said was a plot by rogue soldiers to topple the government of Lesotho. Although the

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Why the ABC is in crisis

THE ruling All Basotho Convention (ABC), the biggest partner in the coalition government, is never far away from controversy.Last week, the party was thrown into turmoil after Prime Minister Moeketsi

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A game-changer for farmers

THE government this week imposed a one-month ban on the import of fresh agricultural produce from South Africa in a sweeping move that has been welcomed by farmers as a