Small claims reforms spark debate

MASERU — The High Court is set to introduce a new small claims procedure in the Magistrate’s Court to speed up adjudication of commercial claims of lesser monetary value, the Lesotho Times heard this...

Vendors protest

MASERU — Vendors who were operating at Thibella bus stop in Maseru are up in arms against the Maseru City Council (MCC) after they were ordered to either remove their stalls or face eviction. The ven...

King appoints new judge

MASERU — A partner in prominent law firm, Webber Newdigate Attorneys, has been appointed a judge in the recently established Commercial Court. King Letsie III appointed attorney Lebohang Molete, 51, ...

School head sues parents

MASERU — A former school principal is suing a group of parents for alleging that he had sexually harassed students at the school. Libete Lehloa was a principal at Phohla Primary School in 2006 when p...

Is the world coming to an end?

MASERU — It’s there on a billboard in Lakeside, Maseru. The message is clear, this world as we know it, will come crashing down on  May 21, 2011. The earth will be turned into a ball of fire, shortly...

Rioting students shot

Ntsebeng Motsoeli and Nat Molomo MASERU — Police shot and injured seven students during violent protests at Limkokwing University on Monday. Two guards from Security Lesotho were also shot during cla...

Court rejects ex-MKM boss’ plea

MASERU — Acting High Court Judge John Musi yesterday shot down a bid by a former manager of MKM to be enjoined in an application in which the Central Bank of Lesotho is seeking to liquidate the troub...

Mosisili admits LCD infighting

MASERU — Lesotho Congress for Democracy (LCD) leader Pakalitha Mosisili last weekend publicly admitted for the first time that his party is ravaged by factional fights. Prime Minister Mosisili made t...