lebitsa

Litšiba quits ABC

Billy Ntaote KORO-KORO — Member of Parliament (MP) Thabiso Litšiba yesterday dumped the ruling All Basotho Convention (ABC) and joined the main opposition Democratic Congress (DC). National Assembly ...
LIKUBO

Timely donation from Letšeng

Letuka Chafotsa MOKHOTLONG — Letšeng Diamond Mine last Friday ploughed-back to the Mokhotlong community by providing 60 local herdboys with blankets, gumboots and freezersuits. The handover ceremony ...
sakoane

Twelve-year prison term for army officer

By Bongiwe Zihlangu MASERU — A six-member military court on Monday slapped Second Lieutenant Thabang Phaila with a 12-year jail term after finding him guilty of mutiny and deserting the Lesotho Defen...
Joshua Setipa - Chief Executive Officer, LNDC

Setipa, LNDC part ways

By Letuka Chafotsa MASERU — Suspended Lesotho National Development Corporation (LNDC) Chief Executive Officer, Mr Joshua Setipa, has left the institution by “mutual consent”. Mr Setipa officially qui...
coalition govt

LCD demands meeting with partners

party unhappy with Prime Minister’s ‘unilateral’ decisions By Billy Ntaote MASERU — The Lesotho Congress for Democracy (LCD) is demanding an urgent meeting with its two partners in government, namely...
moleleki

Court ‘humiliating’ Moleleki

By Keiso Mohloboli and Billy Ntaote MASERU — The Democratic Congress (DC) Youth League has condemned yesterday’s decision by the High Court to visit the home of former Natural Resources Minister, Mr ...
KingswayMaseru

Council celebrates Silver Jubilee

By Limpho Sello MASERU — Maseru City Council (MCC) Town Clerk, Ms Mantai Phaila, says there is “a lot to celebrate” as the municipality marks its 25th anniversary this year. However, Ms Phaila told a...
roads

Roads Dept fights losing battle

. . . as vandals wreak havoc on infrastructure By Tsitsi Matope MASERU — The Lesotho Times last week witnessed a farmer driving his span of plough-drawing oxen down the newly-constructed Maseru-to-Ma...
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South Africa election results 2014

ANC LEADS NATIONAL VOTE WITH 62.45 PERCENT - Sapa The ANC was leading the fifth national elections with 62.45% of the vote on Friday morning, according to provisional results. The party had garnered ...