MISA condemn violation of media freedoms

By Lerema Pheea Media Institute of Southern Africa has lambasted the deplorable state of media freedom in Lesotho following various reported cases of violations

MISA Lesotho concerned with Harassment of Journalists

By Itumeleng Koleile Media Institute of Southern Africa Lesotho issued a statement showing serious concern over media freedom violations threatened following detention and interrogation

DC led Gov’t will negotiate access to Sea for Lesotho

By Mamello Mosaefane Democratic Congress (DC) leader Mathibeli Mokhothu has told his party members at a rally in Matsieng constituency that a government led

Lesotho political parties number rise to 46 parties

…as IEC registers Five new parties By Lerema Pheea Lesotho’s 2022 general elections will see 46 political parties contest in the elections after the

Lesotho’s apex court grants Private Mokitimi Senekane Justice

By Itumeleng Koleile The Court of Appeal on Friday dismissed the Lesotho Defense Force (LDF) plea to reverse the High Court’s decision that declared

Leaders ‘dilly-dally’ on climate change mitigation: PM Majoro

By Matiisetso Mosala Lesotho’s Prime Minister Moeketsi Majoro says global leaders have procrastinated on making decision on climate change for far too long, yet

Mountain Kingdom and United Kingdom revive bond

By Lineo Ramatlapeng Lesotho and the United Kingdom yesterday revived and strengthened their long bonds of friendship and through the celebration of the opening

UK’s Minister for Africa visits Lesotho for High Commission opening

By Lineo Ramatlapeng The United Kingdom’s Minister for Africa Vicky Ford said UK has a long standing and active partnership with Lesotho, founded on

Vodacom Lesotho lends a helping hand to pregnant women

…as it launches the Mum and Baby Health Services project By Lineo Ramatlapeng With Lesotho’s infant and maternal mortality rates still among the highest

Parliament asked to prohibit “Draconian” computer, cybersecurity and communications laws

By Matiisetso Mosala A Parliamentary Portfolio Committee on Prime Minister’s Ministries cluster today recommended that the National Assembly of Lesotho must disallow the passing