siverts

Siverts resignation ‘cause for relief’

By Poloko Peo KOLO – The Lesotho Students Convention (Lesco), a National University of Lesotho (NUL) student association aligned to the ruling All Basotho Convention (ABC) is “delighted” by Vic...
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US, Russia reach deal on Syria weapons

On day three of talks between the United States and Russia, the two agree to eliminate Syria’s chemical weapons by mid 2014. The two powers have given Syrian President Bashar al-Assad a week to...
Mr thato Mohasoa

Mohasoa rolls up sleeves to prop tourism

By Tsitsi Matope MASERU — One thing that has always fascinated him the most was Lesotho’s many phenomenal tourist attractions. From the snowing and undulating highlands, which proudly shows off their...
council

Council in limbo

By Tsitsi Matope MASERU — Maseru City Council operations are in limbo after Maseru Mayoress Mofonase Hoohlo-Sakoane foiled a bid by councillors to pass a no-confidence vote in her. This has disorgani...
siverts

NUL VC ‘quits’

By Billy Ntaote MASERU — National University of Lesotho (NUL) Vice Chancellor Professor Sharon Siverts has allegedly resigned following hard on the heels of university Registrar Dr Tumelo Tsikoane’s ...
financial

Civil servants battle money lenders

By Billy Ntaote MASERU — A group of civil servants locked in a battle with money lenders are now fighting to prevent deductions made from their salaries through debit orders from their bank accounts ...
mhlakaza

Mhlakaza on leave

By Bongiwe Zihlangu MASERU — Police Commissioner Kizito Mhlakaza yesterday went on an indefinite leave which police department insiders said was “enforced pending possible expulsion”, the Lesotho Tim...
Thato Ramarikhoane

School losses M3 700 to suspected conman

By ‘Mantoetse Maama Butha-Buthe — A Motswana man allegedly fleeced a school of M3 700 on the pretext that he would assist them acquire equipment worth M7 million for different projects. The man, who ...
Thato Ramarikhoane

Call to renew community policing initiative

By Limpho Sello MASERU — Strengthening community policing can help reduce the rate of crime which has since skyrocketed countrywide, police spokesperson Inspector Thato Ramarikhoane said on Tuesday t...