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AMNESTY International has branded the recent suspension of Chief Justice Nthomeng Majara as “a grave threat to judicial independence” and called on the Thomas Thabane administration to immediately reinstate her to her position.
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Sunday Express Sep 18
MALUTI Mountain Brewery advocates for responsible drinking by ensuring that its customers, beer outlets, abide by the MMB’s code of conduct which is in line with the country’s laws.
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Sunday Express Sep 18
SMALL-SCALE farmers and schools recently received a boost in their quest to achieving sustainable agricultural production courtesy of the Food and Agricultural Organisation which donated drip irrigation kits, food dryers and planters.
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Sunday Express Sep 18
THE youth league of the opposition Democratic Congress has accused the government of acting in contempt of court after Prime Minister Thomas Thabane recently suspended Chief Justice Nthomeng Majara from office.
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Sunday Express Sep 18
AGRICULTURE minister Mahala Molapo has defended the controversial wool and regulations. Mr Molapo said the regulations are aimed at plugging the loopholes in the trade of wool and mohair sector.
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Sunday Express Sep 18
A MASERU man is demanding M4 million compensation from the police commissioner, Holomo Molibeli, after he was allegedly by police officers in in July this year.
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Sunday Express Sep 18
THE ongoing battle between Prime Minister Thomas Thabane and Chief Justice Nthomeng Majara has taken another twist, with the latter set to resume her duties this week, in defiance of the former’s decision to suspend her from office.
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PM Thabane’s four party coalition government has been rocked by a spate of resignations with the latest being that of Defence and Security Minister, Sentje Lebona, who stepped down from his post with effect from 13 September this year.
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Lesotho Times Sep 15
THE CEO of the Examination Council of , Litṧabako Ntoi, has assured secondary and high school learners that they will sit for their final examinations regardless of whether or not teachers proceed with their strike.
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Lesotho Times Sep 15
THE Congress of South African Trade Unions has thrown its weight behind Lesotho’s teachers in their quest to force the government to award them salary increments and improve their working conditions.
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Lesotho Times Sep 15
WHAT started off as a happy children’s play day ended in sorrow at Ha-Makoae in Qacha’s Nek recently when six children were killed in a fire when their playhouse (mantloane) caught fire.
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Lesotho Times Sep 15
THE family of the late Home Affairs ministry procurement officer, Khahliso Soro, suspects that he could have been after he allegedly received death threats from some high-ranking officials in the ministry.
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Lesotho Times Sep 15
THE Ministry of Health has resolved to engage private medical practitioners to avail their facilities and services to the public in a move sources say is part of government efforts to cut itself loose from its costly contract with .
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Lesotho Times Sep 15
THE govt and the civil servants are headed for a collision as the former considers implementing a raft of tough International Monetary Fund demands for wage cuts and fiscal reforms as part of the conditions for receiving a financial rescue package.
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Lesotho Times Sep 15
COMMUNICATIONS minister and Basotho National Party leader Thesele Maseribane has boasted about his relationship with controversial tycoon Arron Banks and called him a “ladies’ man”.
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Lesotho Times Sep 15
Minister Nkaku Kabi says it is time the church supported the government’s bid to legalise as part of efforts to saves the lives of young women.
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Lesotho Times Sep 15
PRIME Minister Thomas Thabane has indefinitely suspended Chief Justice Nthomeng Majara from office.
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Lesotho Times Sep 15
received a massive boost in its quest to reduce its international debt burden after the government resolved to cancel debts owed in respect of the construction of the parliament building and the ’Manthabiseng National Convention Centre.
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Lesotho Times Sep 15
Criminal trials of past and serving members of the security agencies could be further delayed amid revelations that the government is only in the early stages of talks with international partners to bring in foreign judges to preside over the cases.
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