We’ll walk out, says ABC

MASERU – SHARP differences between the two leading parties over a SADC-backed National Peace and Unity Commission are threatening to collapse the coalition government.At a National Executive Committee meeting on

Bullets fly at bloody BNP conference

MASERU – MACHESETSA Mofomobe says he had to hide under the table as bullets whizzed past him during an attack by a gunman at the Basotho National Party (BNP) elective

The sex toy business

MASERU – LILY ‘Maneo Makoetlane started out as a magistrate. Now she makes a living by ensuring that justice prevails in the bedroom.Although the subject of sex toys and performance

Moseneke under fire

MASERU – THE National Reforms Authority (NRA) has distanced itself from the National Peace and Unity Bill 2021 that will have powers to pardon human rights violators.Speaking at a meeting

MISA blasts new regulations

MASERU – THE Media Institute of Southern Africa (MISA-Lesotho) has threatened to take the government to court if it refuses to repeal controversial communication regulations gazette last month.In a statement

Tšolo nailed at pac hearing

MASERU – FORMER Minister in the Prime Minister’s Office, Temeki Tšolo, was determined to press on with the solar deal despite apprehension from senior technocrats, parliament heard yesterday.The Energy Ministry’s

’Maseribane accused of plotting mutiny

MASERU – FORMER Basotho National Party (BNP) leader Chief Thesele ’Maseribane was the mastermind of an intricate plot to assassinate senior army officers, the High Court heard yesterday.The damning allegations

The theology of prosperity

MASERU – EVERY Sunday morning, the faithful members of the Healing the World church gather together singing moving hymns at their premises in Khubetsoana.A loud piano is belting beautiful melodies

Boosting dairy cow quality

ROMA – AFTER years of neglect, dairy farmers are beginning to get the attention they need to ensure they become one of the pillars of Lesotho’s economy. The Lesotho National


Buried in plastic waste

MASERU -“WE are under attack by plastic pollution,” Maseru mayor Nthabeleng Ntšasa decried last Friday.“The city is besieged,” she said, with a clear sense of alarm.Ntšasa was talking about the