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Matekane’s government pulls the plug on protests—again!

Lehlohonolo Motšoari Just a month after the U.S. government accused Prime Minister Ntsokoane Sam Matekane’s administration of severely curtailing the freedom of peaceful assembly last...

Lesotho and EU launch transformative water initiative

Seabata Mahao In a groundbreaking move to enhance water access and sanitation, the government, in partnership with the European Union (EU), launched the 'Metsi a...

61 officers implicated in inmate’s death

Ntsoaki Motaung Assistant Commissioner Tsoto Manaka has identified 61 Lesotho Correctional Service (LCS) officers from security footage linked to the alleged assault and subsequent death...

Perils of criminalising sex work

Ntsoaki Motaung In Lesotho, sex work is criminalized, but despite this, every town in every district is reported to have sex workers. According to many of...

Ombudsman decries inhumane state of police cells

Ntsoaki Motaung The Ombudsman, advocate Tlotliso Polaki, has raised alarm over the deplorable conditions of police holding cells, warning that they pose a severe health...

Chronicles of torture unveiled

Minister’s testimony reveals disturbing events Ntsoaki Motaung The Minister of Law and Justice, Richard Ramoeletsi, has laid bare the abuse of inmates and apparent cover-up within...

Roadworks leave Vendors in a pickle

Lehlohonolo Motšoari Street vendors along the Moshoeshoe Road Main Circle to Seputana in Maseru were taken aback on Wednesday morning as excavators razed their stalls...

King champions climate resilience in historic partnership

Lehlohonolo Motsoari The declining energy, food, and water security are taking a toll on Basotho livelihoods, His Majesty King Letsie III stated yesterday. Despite efforts by...

LGBTIQ community advocates for stronger legal protections

Ntsoaki Motaung To mark the International Day against Homophobia, Transphobia, and Biphobia observed annually on May 17, Giselle Ratalane, Project Coordinator at the People’s Matrix...

VCL sees another drop in subscribers

Staff Reporter Lesotho’s leading mobile network operator, Vodacom Lesotho (VCL), is experiencing a paradoxical trend: while it continues to lose subscribers in significant numbers, it...

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