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Ministry of Health launches Rotavirus vaccination campaign

Ministry of Health launches Rotavirus vaccination campaign

The Deputy Minister of Health, Mrs. ‘Manthabiseng Phohleli, yesterday launched a campaign for the Rotavirus vaccination scheduled to start this month. The launch was took place at the Ministry’s headquarters. Mrs ‘Manthabiseng Phohleli said the Rotavirus vaccine will be added ...

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Manpower sponsorships for January 2018 launched

Manpower sponsorships for January 2018 launched

The Minister of Development Planning, Minister Tlohelang Aumane, says the National Manpower Development Secretariat (NMDS) will launch loan bursary sponsorship for the academic year commencing in January 2018. Minister Aumane said such sponsorship is for applicants wishing to pursue tertiary ...

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Limkokwing students give back to community

Limkokwing students give back to community

Christmas came early at Reitumetse Church Project Centre of the elderly and vulnerable girls when Limkokwing University of Creative Technology students donated goods worth M15,000 on Monday. Speaking at the handover ceremony, Sister Sylvia, the Director of the Centre said: ...

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Inmates released on amnesty

Inmates released on amnesty

About 22 inmates from five districts of the country were released on amnesty to mark Independence Day. According to the Lesotho Correctional Service (LCS) Public Relations Officer, Superintendent Neo Mopeli, out of the 22 inmates, six were from the Central ...

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Lesotho Water Transfer scheme feasibility study commences

Lesotho Water Transfer scheme feasibility study commences

The much anticipated Lesotho Water Transfer scheme in which three countries, Botswana, Namibia and South Africa collaborate under the Orange-Senqu River Commission (ORASECOM) to draw water from the abundant Lesotho supply to feed their demands is finally taking shape. Lesotho ...

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DC members crossing to AD

DC members crossing to AD

The Alliance of Democrats (AD) is about to catch big fish if allegations of Democratic Congress (DC) stalwarts plan of crossing to the AD are true. A source, who requested anonymity, said that 10 DC members are on the negotiation ...

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Nurse jailed 10 years for rape

Nurse jailed 10 years for rape

The Maseru Magistrate Court on Monday slapped a 25-year-old Tlali Joseph Kolobe who works at Mabote Filter Clinic as a Midwifery Nurse with 10 years imprisonment without an option of a fine for rape. The Court through Magistrate ‘Mamorojele Qoo ...

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Newcomer documentary film makers share experiences

Newcomer documentary film makers share experiences

The Sesotho Media and Development (SMD) is currently hosting a 4 week workshop in documentary and film-making at Maseru. According to the workshop coordinator Mr. Teboho Edkins, the workshop is attended by a group of 12 Swiss Film students from ...

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BOS completes energy consumption survey

BOS completes energy consumption survey

The second phase of the 2017 Household Energy Consumption Survey (HECS) conducted by the Bureau of Statistics (BOS) in the Ministry of Development Planning was successfully completed. This is according to the Chief Statistician in the BOS, Ms. Ts’episo Thabane ...

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Expert says corruption hinders development

Expert says corruption hinders development

If corruption will continue to happen the way it is doing now, the African countries, Lesotho inclusive will never realise peace, security, stability and development. Prof. Patrick Lumumba, former Director of Kenya Anti Corruption Commission said this in his presentation ...

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