Trade portal down as Ministry drowns in debt

By Liteboho Thebe The online Companies registry has been down and out of service for a month due to an unpaid debt that is

Mpiti-Sehlabathebe road workers on strike

…accuse Chinese employers of abusive labor practices. By Mamello Mosaefane Tens of Basotho employed by Qingjing group (CNQC)—a lead contractor of the Mpiti- Sehlabathebe

Children’s village receive Computers and Sanitisers

By Retšelisitsoe Khabo Lesotho football association (Lefa) has gifted six computers, personal protective clothing that includes 1300 face masks, 80 liters of hand sanitizers,

Parliament committee wants artisan miners protected

By Lineo Ramatlapeng The parliamentary portfolio committee on natural resources has recommended Parliament should order the ministry of mining to move swiftly on the

Home Affairs hands Ramokotjo villagers IDs

By Maleshoane Lebelo Home Affairs Minister Motlalentoa Letsosa handed villagers from Ha Ramokotjo in Koro-Koro national identification (ID) documents and birth certificates produced through

Row as diplomat’s children school fees gobble M1.7 million

By Mamello Moseafane The ministry of foreign affairs and Lesotho’s diplomat to London, High Commissioner Rethabile ‘Mahlompho Mokaeane are in a dispute, over her

Junior Certificate pass rate decline

By Liteboho Thebe The Ministry of Education and Training released Junior Certificate examination results for the year 2020 show a decline in pass rate

Leposa defies Police Commissioner

By Retšelisitsoe Khabo Lesotho police staff association (Leposa) defies police commissioner Holomo Molibeli expulsion of Constable Motlatsi Mofokeng and argues the dismissal lacks fairness

SADC facilitator President Ramaphosa’s envoy in Lesotho

By Liteboho Thebe Southern African Development Community (SADC) envoy led by former South African Justice Minister Jeff Radebe visited Lesotho this week on a

Trade unions mount pressure on labour minister

…want 2021 wage increases gazette published and applied retrospectively from April By Lerema Pheea An alliance of unions has called for the minister of