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Home Affairs prioritizes death registration services

Maseru, Jan. 19 -- The Ministry of Home Affairs has prioritized offering of emergency services such as registration of deaths occurring in the country during the period of the total lockdown. Accordi... Read More


COMPOL gazettes curfew times

MASERU, Jan. 19 -- Following the directive of the Prime Minister (PM) Dr. Moeketsi Majoro last week Tuesday where he imposed the curfew, the Commissioner of Police (COMPOL) Holomo Molibeli gazetted th... Read More


Vendors sue government over lockdown restrictions

MASERU, Jan. 19 -- The Street Vendors have lodged an urgent motion in the High Court seeking government's financial assistance against the lockdown imposed regulations which bar them from selling. Th... Read More


5 KEY THINGS TO DO DURING LOCKDOWN TO MANAGE YOUR MANTAL HEALTH

Maseru, Jan. 19 -- As we enter these two weeks of Code Red Lockdown in Lesotho, we are again reminded of the toll this pandemic has on our lives and livelihoods. People react differently in times of u... Read More


Sechaba se lla ka tlokotsi ea tlala

Ha a tsoela, Jan. 19 -- Sechaba sa Qacha's Nek Thabaneng Liphakoeng se lla ka tlokotsi ea tlala eo ba tobaneng le eona ka lebaka la ho khinoa hoa motsamao. Puisanong le Lentsoe la Sechaba Morena oa T... Read More


LOIC faces dire financial crises

MASERU, Jan. 19 -- The Lesotho Opportunities Industrialization Centre (LOIC) is left with financial hardships after the Ministry of Small Businesses Development, Cooperatives and Marketing stopped giv... Read More


New lockdown regulations a dilemma for hospitality industry

Maseru, Jan. 19 -- The hospitality Industry has expressed concern over "inconsideration" of the government since the advent of Covid-19 pandemic, despite the enormous contribution they make to boost t... Read More


Algeria reinforces bilateral cooperation with Lesotho

MASERU, Jan. 19 -- Algeria paid a visit to Lesotho to review their bilateral relations and strengthen their friendship last week. The two countries held a closed meeting with the Prime Minister (PM) ... Read More


Hospitals full as Covid-19 cases surge

Maseru, Jan. 15 -- In his speech addressed to the nation on Tuesday, the Prime Minister (PM) Dr. Moeketsi Majoro had indicated that designated quarantine facilities and mortuaries are fully occupied d... Read More


Incarceration for Nteso killers

MASERU, Jan. 15 -- In an emotionally charged atmosphere at the High Court, the killers of Thibello Nteso were sentenced to jail after being found guilty of murdering him on Wednesday. They are charge... Read More