Friday, September 17, 2021
As Covid-19 cases continue to soar, there is already mounting evidence that the virus is cutting swathes across Lesotho’s populace, leaving not only destruction (in the form of loss of lives and production assets) but angst in its wake. The Covid-19 outbreak affects all segments of the population and is...

Govt is losing the plot

The government, through its spokesperson Sam Rapapa who is also minister of communication, science and technology, this week announced the suspension of the commission of inquiry into the supply agreement between the government and Frazer Solar GmBH. He went on to harangue the media for reporting on the matter, and...
Formerly hidden information continues to come to the fore as the parliamentary Public Accounts Committee questions people about the solar power agreement between the government of Lesotho and that shady company Frazer Solar GmBH. In what could at best be described as the biggest white collar crime of our time,...
Debate continues to intensify on government’s mulled amnesty law which seeks to allow perpetrators of politically motivated criminal acts, walk scot free, while their victims are left to lick their wounds. It talks to crimes committed since the dawn of the first coalition government of 2012. And with each...
The government of Lesotho this week came under mounting fire following the gazetting of regulations giving it powers to access and monitor our mobile phone communications.  The law, for all practical purposes, is a direct attack on people’s civil liberties. These are guarantees and freedoms that liberal governments commit not...