hlompo

Bid to reduce Lesotho dependence on SA

By Boitumelo Koloi MASERU — About 70 percent of food consumed in the country is imported from South Africa and Lesotho’s Trade Ministry seeks to embark on a massive campaign to commercialise agricult...
The Work Of Prince Harry's Charity Sentebale

IMF spotlights reduced Sacu revenue

By ’Mathabana Kotelo MASERU — Volatile Southern African Customs Union (Sacu) revenue could be a threat to the smooth implementation of the National Strategic Development Plan (NSDP) and Public Financ...
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The plight of nurses in remote villages

By Ntsebeng Motsoeli MASERU — ‘Masello (not her real name) is a nurse in a remote health centre in rural Mohale’s Hoek. She has been working there for the past three years and maintains that the terr...
Thato Ramarikhoane

Woman gangs up with lover to kill husband

By ‘Mantoetse Maama MASERU — ‘Malerato Lehlabaphiri, 29, and her lover Monnakhotla Chaoane, 22, were yesterday remanded in custody after appearing briefly before the Botha-Bothe Magistrate Court char...
mateboho

Prisoner attempts to escape

By Ntsebeng Motsoeli   MASERU — A female detainee was recaptured on Monday just a few minutes after attempting to escape Maseru Central Prison. The woman was apprehended near Pioneer Mall by fem...
khetsi

Khetsi ‘took’ M5 million in bribes

By Billy Ntaote MASERU —  Former Home Affairs Principal Secretary Retšelisitsoe Khetsi has appeared in court over allegations that he accepted M5 million in bribes from a controversial Israeli firm, ...
Mophato Monyake

Confusion over Scott

By Billy Ntaote MASERU — Minister Mophato Monyake’s disclosure that ritual murderer suspect Lehlohonolo Scott had been arrested with the help of  private investigators in South Africa has sparked con...
moleleki

Judge reprimands Moleleki’s lawyers

By Nat Molomo MASERU — A judge presiding over the fraud case involving former Mines Minister Monyane Moleleki and four others this week accused them and their lawyers of taking his court for granted ...
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Party faithful rally behind Thahane

By Billy Ntaote MASERU — Former Water Affairs Minister Timothy Thahane, facing charges of bribery, could not have misused the “impoverished” country’s “few millions” after having worked for internati...