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Lesotho Times Nov 16
Pakalitha Mosisili has formally quit as leader of the opposition Democratic Congress (DC) ending a long tumultuous political career.
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Lesotho Times Nov 16
TWO army officers are assisting the police and the army with investigations into the disappearance of 20 communications radios, unspecified quantities of chicken and mincemeat from the Defence Force .
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Lesotho Times Nov 16
SENATE President ’Mamonaheng Mokitimi is in the eye of the storm after five senators launched a petition for her to be relieved of her duties and be investigated on charges of abuse of office and corruption.
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Lesotho Times Nov 16
POLICE Constable (PC) Mokone Bereng of in Berea and two other suspects yesterday appeared before the Magistrates’ Court on charges of defrauding the government of at least M17 million.
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Lesotho Times Nov 16
ALL is set for the withdrawal of Southern African Development Community troops from the country next week with an exit parade slated for Setsoto Stadium in Maseru on the 20th of November.
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Lesotho Times Nov 16
THE Revenue Authority is set to host an expo for various stakeholders to share views on how tax administration, policy and tax laws could be leveraged as instruments of economic development.
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Lesotho Times Nov 16
THE slain Electricity Company internal auditor, Thibello Nteso, could still be alive had Queen ‘Mamohato Memorial Hospital urgently given him medical attention when he was brought to the hospital in a critical condition.
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Lesotho Times Nov 16
THE Highlands Development Authority says that all is in place for the commencement of the second phase of the Lesotho Highlands Water Project (LHWP II) with the construction of advance infrastructure set to commence on 9th of January 2019.
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Lesotho Times Nov 16
THE Lesotho Revenue Authority recently foiled an attempt to smuggle red meat worth M24 000 at the Calendonspoort Border gate in -Buthe.
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Lesotho Times Nov 16
OPPOSITION DC legislator Likeleli Tampane who stands accused of unruly and disorderly behaviour could face suspension without pay from the august house, the Parliamentary Committee of Ethics, Code of Conduct, Immunities and Privileges has said.
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Lesotho Times Nov 16
THE government is in the process of implementing measures to limit the amount of money that can be deducted from the salaries of civil servants to pay off their loans.
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Lesotho Times Nov 15
THE Football Association president, Advocate Salemane Phafane KC, must disband the squad if it fails to beat when the two sides clash at Setsoto Stadium on Sunday in the second leg of their 2019 qualifier.
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Lesotho Times Nov 15
University this week signed a memorandum of understanding with the Lesotho Institute of Accountants which will see the former offering one of the latter’s academic programmes, the Professional Accounting Programme.
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Lesotho Times Nov 14
Your frontpage. Grab your copy!! Available in the streets, leading shops and service stations nationwide.
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Lesotho Times Nov 13
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Lesotho Times Nov 10
Your frontpage. Grab your copy!! Available in the streets, leading shops and service stations nationwide.
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Lesotho Times Nov 10
Southern African Development Community troops, seconded to to help stabilize the country, will finally leave in less than two weeks after the regional body refused to entertain any further requests to extend their tenure.
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Lesotho Times Nov 10
THE High Court yesterday issued a temporary interdict barring the government from halting criminal proceedings against Congress for Democracy leader Mothetjoa until after the completion of the multi-sector reforms process.
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Lesotho Times Nov 10
The has thrown its weight behind the recent agreement between the government and the opposition to suspend criminal proceedings against former DPM Mothetjoa Metsing and other politicians until after the completion of the multi-sector reforms process.
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Lesotho Times Nov 10
FORMER Deputy Prime Minister and leader of the opposition Lesotho Congress for Democracy , Mothetjoa Metsing, is expected to return home on 25 November 2018 to participate in the national reforms process.
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