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    MPs warn Thabane

    Letuka Chafotsa Prime Minister Thomas Thabane must not use Lieutenant General Tlali Kamoli as a scapegoat in his continued violation of agreements he ...

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      Staff Reporter LESOTHO’S coalition government partners were heavily criticised for being “selfish and not putting the country’s interests first...

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      Billy Ntaote DEMOCRATIC Congress (DC) leader, Pakalitha Mosisili, has urged Prime Minister Thomas Thabane to do “the honourable thing” by reope...

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      …as Ramaphosa arrives today to ensure parties adhere to SADC roadmap Bongiwe Zihlangu SOUTH Africa’s deputy president, Cyril Ramaphosa, is set ...

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    Ministry stops issuing passports, IDs

      …as Nikuv ‘experts’ abandon project over M34.7m bill  Billy Ntaote THE Ministry of Home Affairs has suspended the production of passports, nati...

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MPs warn Thabane

Letuka Chafotsa Prime Minister Thomas Thabane must not use Lieutenant General Tlali Kamoli as a scapegoat in his continued violation of agreements he would have signed with his coalition government partners and stakeholders. This is according to 72 legislators from eight political parties who attended a crisis meeting held at Lesotho Sun Hotel this week…

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