Lesotho judiciary in financial distress

By Maleshoane Lebelo Lesotho’s judiciary is in financial woes and has suspended the appointment of 7 judges after its 2021/2022 operational budget was cut

Recognise minority peoples languages

By Mamello Mosaefane Law Society of Lesotho has in its national reforms’ proposal called for minority ethnic groups languages in the country to be

Law society concerned by exclusion of human rights

By Mamello Mosaefane Law Society of Lesotho has raised its concerns in its position paper to the National Reforms Authority, on the exclusion of

Court orders ABC to find political solution to infighting

By Mamello Mosaefane High Court judge Polo Banyane has ordered All Basotho Convention’s National Executive Committee to deal with internal fights using party structures

Blow for Metsing and Mochoboroane

…as the duo’s court bid to evade treason, murder and attempted murder trial flops. By Itumeleng Koleile Former Deputy Prime Minister Mothetjoa Metsing and

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

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

Police officer involved in armed robbery

By Rets’elisitsoe Khabo and Itumeleng Koleile A Police officer working at Lithoteng Police station is in police custody after being involved in an alleged

Nteso murder trial judgement deferred

By Itumeleng Koleile A judgement that was set to be handed down yesterday, on the ghastly murder of the Lesotho Electricity Company general auditor,

Lawyers warned against unethical conduct

By Itumeleng Koleile Chief Justice Sakoane Sakoane has reprimanded lawyers announcing their withdrawal from representing soldiers and police officers accused of treasons, murder and