Basotho told to stay in India amid covid-19 surge

By Mamello Mosaefane Foreign Affairs minister ’Matšepo Ramakoae has today urged Basotho diaspora in India not to return home in the middle of a

Quantity does not matter, giving does

By Maleshoane Lebelo The Shea family of six that lives in Khubetsoana received food parcels and baby essentials from the Rotary Club of Maloti.

M80,000 worth tippy tanks to save prisoners lives

By Retšelisitsoe Khabo Since Lesotho recorded its first case of covid 19, inmates have always been at high risk of contracting covid 19 as

Importance of vaccine card

By Lineo Ramatlapeng The Ministry of Health has started the rollout of the AstraZeneca vaccine in an effort to stop the spread of the

Government, Tšepong Consortium relations broken

By Retšelisitsoe Khabo Lesotho is working on cutting the umbilical cord with its first world bank approaved public private partnership run hospital after a

Netcare blames Lesotho government for its financial woes

…after 343 nurses went on 4o days strike and ended being fired prompting end of relations with Lesotho government By Retšelisitsoe Khabo In a

Lesotho reviews Covid-19 risk determination

By Lineo Ramatlapeng Community based Covid-19 infections have surfaced in Leribe which has prompted the government of Lesotho to evaluate the Risk Determination and

Blood Bank a ship without a captain-Audit

By Nicole Tau Lesotho’s Blood Transfusion Services (Blood Bank) is faced with structural issues, non-functional regional blood banks, and shortage of staff among core

Health Ministry disrupt partner agency’s operations

By Itumeleng Koleile An Audit of the Lesotho Millennium Development Agency has discovered how the Health Ministry has been obstructing the agency’s operations by

Calls for Tšepong, Nurses ceasefire

By Rets’elisitsoe Khabo The International Council of Nurses has called for Prime Minister Moeketsi Majoro to take decisive action and resolve the impasse between