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

SADC resolves Mahao-Pelele rivalry

By Pulane Chaka Former Deputy Chief Justice of South Africa, Dikgang Moseneke, and his envoy’s three-day visit to Lesotho has ended bickering over reforms

Lesotho’s Constitution heavily patriarchal and colonial based

By Nicole Tau It is 2020, and with reforms underway, Lesotho’s Constitution needs to be reviewed with some sections of the Constitution said to

National Reforms Authority CEO appointed

By Nicole Tau Advocate Edmond Mafiroane Motanyane was appointed the Chief Executive Officer of the National Reforms Authority (NRA). Motanyane was appointed by a

Reforms Authority holds open CEO recruitment Interviews

By Nicole Tau The National Reforms Authority on Monday this week held open Chief Executive Officer recruitment interviews with five candidates showcasing their abilities

Mahao, Mahase in tug of war over judges’ appointment

Pulane Chaka Dust rises as a battle of the titans erupt between Minister Constitutional Affairs, Law, Human Rights, Correctional Services and Justice, Nqosa Mahao,

Metsing, Mochoboroane want court to act in good faith

Itumeleng Koleile Lesotho Congress for Democracy leader Mothetjoa Metsing and his erstwhile “partner in crime”, Movement for Economic Change leader Selibe Mochoboroane, want constitutional