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Borderline challenges: Illicit activities and security efforts between SA and Lesotho

Dianah Chiyangwa On a cloudy day, cattle and sheep graze unattended along a river stream, just a few meters from the Maseru Bridge, which delineates...

Opposition leaders snub reforms meeting

Staff Reporter Leaders of opposition parties in parliament recently made a significant statement by boycotting a government-hosted breakfast meeting aimed at discussing the long-overdue comprehensive...

Women unite against drug abuse

Ntsoaki Motaung In a powerful demonstration against the escalating drug crisis, impassioned women from Lesotho who are members of the Mokhosi Oa 'Mangoana (MOM), along...

Matekane concedes reforms defeat

Staff Reporter Prime Minister Ntsokoane Samuel Matekane yesterday welcomed the Appeal Court’s decision regarding a case challenging the constitutionality of a parliamentary standing order infamous...

36 US volunteers begin Lesotho assignment 

Pheello Mosesi A group of 36 Peace Corps from the United States (US) have undergone a swearing-in ceremony to signal the official beginning of their...

‘1,400 girls drop out of school’

Ntsoaki Motaung An estimated 1,400 girls dropped out of school across the country this year. This was shared recently during the Menstrual Health and Hygiene Appreciation...

Tuke warns rogue lawyers: Shape up or face consequences

Staff Reporter The Law Society of Lesotho has issued a resounding warning to lawyers engaging in unethical practices, cautioning them to rectify their conduct or...

Climate crisis is an education crisis

In the lead-up to the COP28 Climate Talks in Dubai, Education Cannot Wait Calls on Donors to Urgently Mobilize More Resources to Scale Up...

AHF indulges MPs in its HIV/AIDS program

Pheello Mosesi The AIDS Health Foundation (AHF Lesotho) invited members of the Lesotho parliament for a tour of its Katlehong facilities in Maseru to get...

Call allowance saga: Drama leaves doctors’ strike in limbo

Ntsoaki Motaung Dr. Senekale Senekale, the Public Relations Officer (PRO) for the Lesotho Medical Association (LMA), has revealed that the association has agreed to suspend...

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