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Nurses are threatening to down tools tomorrow (Wednesday) if the government does not pay their Covid-19 risk allowance by the end of today. In a radio interview today, the public relations officer of the Lesotho Nurses Association Busa Qhala said it is only 10...
The councillor of Ha Abia MMC-12, ‘Mampho Thabane-Libate, has been elected as the new Maseru City Council (MCC) mayor at a council meeting held at the MCC Hall at Ha Thamae on Tuesday. Thabane-Libate pipped her rival Tholang Sefojane to the post, registering 10...
The minister of small business development, cooperatives and marketing has given the Mphosong community in Leribe the greenlight to use the local shearing shed pending finalization of a court battle over its ownership. The dispute over the ownership of the shed has been going...
Forty-year old ‘Mabasia Makepe of Ha Thetsane, Lesia, appeared before the Magistrates Court on September 14 for the murder of four women. Reports state that on night of August 1, four women were shot and killed by two men at Koalataba. The women were...
The Parliamentary Social Cluster on Monday heard how many companies involved in cannabis farming start operations without having conducted an environmental impact assessment (EIA). An EIA is a process of evaluating the likely environmental impacts of a proposed project or development, taking into account...
The United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) welcomed the Japanese government's contribution of USD2.3Million that will enable WFP to strengthen food assistance to some 94,000 primary school and 60,000 pre-primary school learners, through the government of Lesotho’s national school feeding programme. “This support came...
By Neo Mathibe The United Nation Development Programme (UNDP) in collaboration with the ministry of health and the Maseru City Council distributed hand washing stations in taxi ranks on Thursday, as a way of responding to corona virus pandemic. These stations...
Fountain of Hope Counsellors, a group of students from the National University of Lesotho under the Spiritual Care and Counselling programme of the faculty of humanities, are giving back to the community by providing free counselling services. This group of young goal oriented counsellors...
Government ministers this week expressed concern at the continued non-compliance with Covid-19 regulations, which fuels the escalation of the pandemic cases. Health minister Motlatsi Maqelepo lamented that people suddenly attend gatherings in unauthorized numbers. He blamed this practice for the continuing...
Rotary Club of Maloti in collaboration with the Books4Lesotho initiative handed over educational and non-academic books to four high schools in Maseru on Wednesday. Rotary is an international service organisation whose stated purpose is to bring together business and professional leaders in order to...