Category Archives: Interviews

I have survived by God’s Grace . . . upbeat Thabane looks beyond elections

I have survived by God’s Grace            . . . upbeat Thabane looks beyond elections

Former Prime Minister Thomas Thabane is looking forward to stripping incumbent Prime Minister Pakalitha Mosisili of the premiership during the June 3 National Assembly elections, so he can “complete the mission I started before Mosisili unseated me, to take Lesotho forward”. This week the Public Eye caught up with Thabane on Tuesday, on the sidelines of a meeting with SADC ...

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Ramaphosa commends Lesotho’s free and fair elections

Ramaphosa commends Lesotho’s free and fair elections

The Southern African Development Community (SADC) Facilitator to Lesotho has on Wednesday, welcomed determination of the SADC and African Union (AU) election observer missions that the elections in Lesotho were largely peaceful and in line with AU and SADC protocols on elections. This, Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa revealed in his statement which clearly welcomes the holding of peaceful and democratic ...

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From gardening to wine production

From gardening to wine production

It takes passion, determination and dedication to turn a small idea of cabbage and fruit trees planting into a nursery that has now seen production of wine. This is proved by Mr. Phatela Thamae a Mosotho man of Ha-Ntsi at Machache who is in his early 60s who started his small business of nursery around 1999 but today that company ...

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“I feel at home”, says Chinese Ambassador to Lesotho

“I feel at home”, says Chinese Ambassador to Lesotho

On December 16, 2016, the Chinese Ambassador to the Kingdom of Lesotho H.E. Dr. Sun Xianghua received a live-broadcasting interview by Ultimate Radio on bilateral relations in its morning talks programme. Q: Ever since you came to Lesotho, how have Basotho received you? A: Lesotho and Basotho people received me just like one of them, a Mosotho. I feel at ...

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Lesotho’s food insecurity to worsen

Lesotho’s food insecurity to worsen

…as the lean season peaks and ongoing assistance is still below needs   The peak of the lean season has begun a few months earlier than normal and Crisis (IPC Phase 3) outcomes will continue in Lesotho throughout the peak period due to below normal off-season incomes, below average wage rates for agricultural labor, as well as high food prices. ...

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‘Surrender illegal firearms’, police

Police have reported a number of crime incidents that happened over the past week across the country and call on citizens to hand over illegal firearms as they are mostly used to perpetrate unlawful activities. Superintendent Clifford Molefe, Public Relations Officer – Lesotho Mounted Police Services reported that two men from Mokhotlong surrendered two firearms to the Chief of Ha ...

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