No more peaceful sleep for Siverts

For years now Scrutator has shouted her voice hoarse telling those who care to listen that our National University of Lesotho (NUL) is nothing but a glorified high school masquerading as a university...

Dairy boss challenges dismissal

MASERU — Selematsela Montsi is challenging his dismissal from the Lesotho National Dairy Board (LNDB), arguing the agriculture minister has no legal authority to terminate his employment. Montsi’s la...

Counter Force fails to attend hearing

MASERU — Radio personality DJ Counter Force yesterday failed to show up in court for the second time in less than a week, forcing the postponement of his attempted murder case. A new date will be set...

Lone woman in the BNP running

MASERU – Basotho National Party (BNP) veteran ’Mabatloung Lillane is among candidates who are vying for the presidency of the former ruling party. Lillane faces a stern test from a host of party vete...

Two killed in grazing dispute

MASERU – A defiant villager shot dead two men who tried to stop him from grazing his cattle in a prohibited area in Ha-Ramabanta last week. Police say the 34-year-old villager handed himself to autho...

PM’s office probe goes after 20 firms

MASERU – Twenty companies that have supplied goods and services to the office of the prime minister since 2008 are under investigation for alleged corruption, the Lesotho Times can reveal. The direct...

e-passports tender to go ahead: Lehohla

MASERU – Deputy Prime Minister Lesao Lehohla says the procurement of electronic passports will go ahead despite concerns that the process was flawed. Lehohla told the Lesotho Times in an interview la...