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...
Veteran administrator and electrical engineer Futho Hoohlo was this month appointed Water and Sewerage Company (WASCO) chief executive officer. He is entrusted, among others, with leading the development of the water utility’s five-year corporate strategic plan and monitoring its implementation. This entails overseeing the development of costed Annual Business Plans to execute the Wasco strategy;...
Lesotho’s economy relies mainly on South African Economy. This became evident during the lockdown. Lesotho’s economy is now on its knees due to the lockdown, especially due to closed borders. In this interview, local economist Majakathata Mokoena (MM) tells theReporter’s ‘Majirata Latela (ML) what the country needs to do...
With the advent of COVID–19 which has brought the world to a complete shutdown, Lesotho’s construction industry has also suffered in more ways than one. The construction of Polihali Dam, which is the centrepiece of Phase II of the Lesotho Highlands Water Project was not spared the wrath of...
By Kefiloe Kajane The National Reforms Authority’s (NRA) objective is the promotion of long-term national stability, unity and reconciliation, the creation of professional, functioning and effective institutions for the efficient management of public affairs, service delivery and development, building a national consensus on and implementation of constitutional changes as needed. In...