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

REFERENDUM law on the cards for reforms

By Mamello Mosaefane The Technical Reforms Committee on parliamentary reforms is on the verge of introducing the Referendum Bill,2020 aimed at facilitating a referendum

Likuena announces provisional squad for upcoming Afcon Games

Rets’elisitsoe Khabo Likuena head coach Thabo Senong today announced his provisional squad for the upcoming Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon) qualifiers games that will

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

Lehlohonolo Scott – a convicted ritual murderer’s Mother dies

By Itumeleng Koleile ’Malehlohonolo Scott, a mother to convicted double ritual murderer Lehlohonolo Scott passed on yesterday following a long illness while still on

Major General Lekhanya and wife laid to rest

By Rets’elisitsoe Khabo Major General Metsing Lekhanya and his wife, Mrs Sophia ‘Masebitsa Lekhanya were laid to rest today at Ratjomose in a state

Priests, pastors and reverends not immune to Covid-19

By Lineo Ramatlapeng Recent reports have brought to the forefront that church leaders are not immune to the deadly Coronavirus that is killing many

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