Lesotho celebrates international women’s day on a high note

By Itumeleng Koleile Lesotho celebrates International Women’s Day on a high note as the National Assembly last week passed the Counter Domestic Violence Bill

PM Majoro speaks of the benefits of SADC PF

…as Lesotho hosts 50th SADC PF Plenary Assembly virtually By Lerema Pheea Prime Minister Dr. Moeketsi Majoro‘s opening address to the Southern African Development

SADC member states were reluctant towards Regional Parliament transformation

By Mamello Mosaefane Discussions during a symposium of the Southern African Development Community Parliamentary Forum’s Plenary Assembly have revealed members states were reluctant to

Hon. Mosena speaks as Lesotho hosts SADC Plenary Assembly

By Mamello Mosaefane Lesotho’s member of Parliament representing the house in the Southern African Development Community Parliamentary Forum (SADC PF), Hon. Ts’epang Ts’ita-Mosena says

Lesotho hosts SADC Parliamentary Forum’s first session as it transitions to a SADC Parliament

…this after the 41st Ordinary Summit of Heads of State and Government approved transformation of SADC PF into SADC Parliament. By Billy Ntaote and

New Insolvency law introduced

By Itumeleng Koleile Portfolio Committee on Law and Public Safety has recommended Parliament must pass into law the Insolvency Bill 2021 that was formulated

Mapesela drags Speaker Motanyane to court

…as Motanyane denies Members of parliament a right to use secret ballot vote in their attempt to oust Prime Minister Majoro. By Itumeleng Koleile

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

Reforms Authority trims size of cabinet to 18

By Mamello Mosaefane The National Reforms Authority has adopted an amendment to the country constitution that reduces the number of ministries from 37 to

Former Minister Tšolo denies ever selling out Lesotho to Frazer

…tells Public Accounts Committee he was framed and his signature forged ...former Government Secretary Mphaka calls for Frazer Deal a fraud and must have