Lesotho enacts law to protect wildlife

By Lerema Pheea The National Assembly of Lesotho has enacted a Biodiversity resources management law intended to protect biodiversity, and rare and endangered species

Lesotho joins regional effort to control plastic waste

By Mamokete Makōkō Lesotho has joined a regional project that shall see the movement of plastic waste across boundaries controlled and properly managed within

Drive to regulate plastic waste in the Southern Africa

By Keketso Moalosi and Puseletso Mohlatsane Southern African member states with the assistance of the Africa institute together with, Basel Convention and Stockholm Convention

Safe legal abortion not a taboo

… it's essential health care for women and girls By Mary Mohlatsane A legalise abortion activist Lintle Ramatla says a safe abortion is essential

Lesotho takes steps to reduce pollution

By ’Mamokete Makōkō In an effort to reduce the increase of unintentionally produced persistent organic pollutants (uPOPs) the ministry of Tourism Environment and Culture

King Letsie III, PM and MPs receive Covid-19 booster shots

…as winter flu season approaches By ‘Mamokete Makōkō His Majesty, King Letsie III, Prime Minister Moeketsi Majoro and several legislators received their Covid-19 booster

Lesotho Teachers Trading Union Plots a strike

By Mamello Mosaefane Lesotho Teachers Trade Union (LTTU) has threatened to bring back the teachers’ strike following reluctance by the ministry of education to

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Traditional Healers bemoan climate change

…as medicinal plants and herbs do not flourish as they used to as climate change rears ugly head with erratic weather patterns By Nicole