Final ultimatum for Tšepong nurses

By Rets’elisitsoe Khabo The management of Queen Mamohato Memorial hospital (QMMH) – Tšepong issued a final ultimatum to nurses and nurse assistants who have

REUSABLE SANITARY TOWELS TO CHANGE LIVES

By Lineo Ramatlapeng A 29-year-old Nthabiseng Mohanela from Maseru Lithabaneng has always had the idea of making reusable sanitary pads for over 2 years.

Nurses at Tsěpong on a go-slow

By Rets’elisitsoe Khabo Nurses and Nurse Assistants at Queen Mamohato Memorial hospital (QMMH) ‐ Tsěpong went on a go-slow yesterday due to the government’s

Factories back in business …amid total lockdown

By Mamello Mosaefane More textile and manufacturing factories have resumed operations following their plea to the government to resume work so as to meet

Lesotho remains in hard lockdown

By Mamello Mosaefane Prime Minister Dr. Moeketsi Majoro today extended the nationwide hard lockdown with immediate effect by a further seven (7) days to

Desperate vendors go against lockdown

By Itumeleng Koleile Hunger has forced a sizeable number of street vendors to operate on the sly around Maseru town amid the national lockdown

Heavy rains and floods expected

By KEISO MOHLOBOLI Lesotho Meteorological Services (LMS) warns the public of heavy rains from  tomorrow to Sunday with possible floods in other areas of

AD criticizes Govt over lockdown

By Mamello Mosaefane Alliance for Democrats (AD) has raised concern over the 14 days nationwide total lockdown that came into effect today labelling it

Lesotho in dire need to fight money laundering

By Lineo Ramatlapeng Lesotho is amongst countries hit by money laundering that according to the Financial Intelligence Unit is seen to be used to

Bank donates PPE and dustbins to CHAL and City Council

By Lineo Ramatlapeng The Central Bank of Lesotho handed over the personal protective equipment to Christian Health Association of Lesotho (CHAL) and dust-bins to