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Shares in Australia’s Lucapa Diamond (ASX: LOM) shot up more than 18% on Thursday after the company announced that resources at its Mothae mine in Lesotho, Africa, were 280% higher than it originally estimated. The company, which resumed operations at Mothae last week, said the mine’s indicated diamond...
By ‘Majirata Latela Lesotho’s Land Act of 2010 has been hailed as one of the greatest milestones the country has ever attained in its bit to save women and restore their dignity, while at the same time giving them a chance to fight for...
By Teboho Serutla The minister of water Nkaku Kabi this week reminded the communities around Pae-la-Itlhatsoa in Mokhotlong about the importance of preserving pastures, water sources and swamps. Kabi says Lesotho is the only country in the Southern region which thrives...
By Neo Kolane The Media Institute of Southern Africa (MISA) Lesotho Chapter has joined the growing chorus of discontent at the Lesotho Communications Authority’s (LCA) proposed promulgation of Internet Broadcasting Regulations. The objective of the rules, among others, is to regulate...
By Kefiloe Kajane Local insurance company Alliance Insurance is donating M800 000 worth of shopping vouchers to 2 000 vendors in all districts. The initiative is part of Alliance’s corporate social investment. It started with the handing over 200 vouchers to...
The ministry of small business development, cooperatives and marketing says it has received data on all the vendors and small business owners in Maseru. Minister Keketso Sello told the media yesterday that they ministry took it upon itself to meet with the associations and...
The Media Institute of Southern Africa (MISA) Lesotho Chapter has joined the growing chorus of discontent at the Lesotho Communications Authority’s (LCA) proposed promulgation of Internet Broadcasting Regulations. The objective of the rules, among others, is to regulate internet broadcasting distributed over the internet....
Mothae mine is restarting operations which had been halted since late March to help curb the spread of the coronavirus. The mine said it plans to escalate operations at the mine to 75% capacity as some covid-19 restrictions remain in place.
By Jean-Claude Construction of the 70MWp Mafeteng solar power plant in Lesotho is set to begin soon. This is after the Exim Bank of China opened a line of credit to finance the project. The photovoltaic solar power plant will be installed in the locality of Ha-Ramarothole,...
By Neo Kolane In a bid to intensify efforts towards HIV and Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs) prevention as well as unwanted pregnancies among risk populations such as migrants and youth, UNFPA and LPPA have initiated a project named ‘Along The Borders’ at Lesotho’s three...