Friday, September 17, 2021
By ‘Majirata Latela The Covid-19 pandemic has not only affected livelihoods and killed many people, but has also affected big projects that countries had already planned on embarking on. The construction of the Polihali Dam which is part of Phase II of the Lesotho Highlands Water Supply Project is also...
According to a study by UNFPA, one in three women in Lesotho has suffered physical or sexual violence similar to the global prevalence rate. This was confirmed also by United Nation Resident Coordinator Salvator Niyonzima in his 16 Days of Activism speech last week when he said, worldwide, an estimated...

Youth reach point of no return

November 6 2020 will go down in history as the day on which the youth of Lesotho took part in a peaceful protest march against unemployment in the country, and operationalization of the National Youth Policy, among others. The march did not end well as the youth, who were...
Mentorship is a very important tool for imparting knowledge and empowering young professionals.This week we speak to a mentoring powerhouse whose passion for Lesotho and its young people is exemplary.In this interview, theReporter  Kefiloe Kajane (KK) speaks with Advocate Mothepa Ndumo (MN) about her life, career, and the importance...
Lesotho’s unemployment, poverty and income inequality and other social ills remain pervasive in the face of non-inclusive growth. In the past two weeks, thousands of Basotho youth were seen in long queues at the ministry of home affairs and police headquarters nationwide applying for jobs. Youth unemployment rate in Lesotho...