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MPs must be accountable: Speaker

MPs must be accountable: Speaker

The Speaker of Parliament, Mr. Sephiri Motanyane reminded Members of Parliament (MP) of their responsibility, saying they should account to the House on the developments in their respective ministries and constituencies. He said it is important for members of the ...

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LMPS rebut rumors of fraud against an Assistant Commissioner

LMPS rebut rumors of fraud against an Assistant Commissioner

02/11/2017 By Motheba Makara-Mpota The Lesotho Mounted Police (LMPS) Public Relations Officer refutes rumors that one Assistant Commissioner of Police ACP Tutoane who is heading the Stock Theft Detection Unit is under investigation for defrauding the Government of Lesotho money ...

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Exams running smoothly

Exams running smoothly

The Examinations Council of Lesotho (ECoL) Standards Manager Mrs. Maureen Ntlatlapa today said examinations for the Junior Certificate (JC) and Lesotho General Certificate of Secondary Education (LGCSE) are proceeding smoothly throughout the country. She said, so far, no hiccups have ...

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Passengers escape death as vehicle ignites

Passengers escape death as vehicle ignites

An undisclosed number of passengers escaped death by a whisker when a vehicle travelling from Maseru to Teyateyaneng burst into flames on Monday. The police report states that an electrical failure might have caused the blaze that occurred near Laluma ...

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 ‘Exclusive breastfeeding crucial’

 ‘Exclusive breastfeeding crucial’

Failure to follow proper breastfeeding procedures exposes babies to various infections, said Ms. Nthabiseng Machepha, the Senior District Nutritionist Officer in the Ministry of Health. “It is important that babies are exclusively breastfed until they are six months old,” she ...

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Father and son tackle ‘Mother of Hard Enduros’

Father and son tackle ‘Mother of Hard Enduros’

Jason Landman, a Grade 10 learner at Daniel Pienaar Technical High School, will be competing in the 50th edition of Africa’s largest and oldest motorcycle off-road event, the Roof of Africa. It is regarded as the “Mother of Hard Enduros” ...

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Saying ‘no’ to gender-based violence

Saying ‘no’ to gender-based violence

The launch of the 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence campaign has been scheduled for 23 November, in Mokhotlong, by the Ministry of Gender, Youth, Sports and Recreation. Mrs. Mamolibeli Ngakane, the Maseru District Principal Gender Officer said this ...

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Nedbank employee nabbed for M1 million fraud

Nedbank employee nabbed for M1 million fraud

Napo Moliko, 29, of Semphethenyane, in Maseru is currently in custody at the Lesotho Correctional Services (LCS) for several counts of fraud involving close to M1 million. Moliko was working at Nedbank’s Pioneer Mall branch. On the first count, Moliko ...

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Schull students broaden their horizons in Lesotho

Schull students broaden their horizons in Lesotho

The links between Schull Community College, in Cork City, Ireland and the Holy Names High School in Lesotho are steeped in friendship since the two schools began this exciting partnership over 11 years ago. Since then, students from Schull, along ...

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Majalefa secretary distances self from AD

Majalefa secretary distances self from AD

Majalefa Development Movement (MDM) Secretary General, Mr. Manama Letsie denied claims that he joined the Alliance for Democrats (AD), saying he is still an active member of the MDM. However, he admits attending AD gatherings when invited by friends who ...

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