Scores of disgruntled teachers from different districts in the country petitioned minister of education and training Dr Mahali Phamotse over underpayment of their qualifications...
Disgruntled teachers petition minister
Lesotho is ready to implement economic reforms that had hindered investment inflows to the country...
Lesotho investor roadmap reviewed
Students have been told to take entrepreneurship after completing their studies in order to create their own business empires...
Take up entrepreneurship ........
Letona la bophelo Dr ‘Molotsi Monyamane o itse bacha bohle ba entseng bosebeletsi ba bophelo ba bochabela, ba ingolise....
Letona le tšepisa bacha mesebetsi
• SADC to rule on progress report
• Amnesty Int. dares Mosisili
• Mahaos demand SADC, AU, UN tribunal
• US wants normalcy restored for MCC, AGOA
D-Day for Lesotho
- Komisi e ikemetseng la likhetho (IEC) le phatlalalitse ha likhetho tsa puso ea libaka tse neng li tšoanela ho tšoaroa monongoaha ka khoeli ea Mphalane 2016 li tla cheshisoa.
IEC e chechisa likhetho tsa puso ea libaka
Startling revelations have shown that Lesotho, at 26 percent now ranks the highest in the world in terms of HIV/AIDS infection rate and at 25 percent becomes second in terms of prevalence per population capita.
Media join hands with NAC on HIV responses
Published: Tuesday, 21 June 2016 06:13
The government of Lesotho, through the Ministry of Home Affairs is monitoring the well-being of Basotho who are economic and political refugees in other countries.
This was said by the Principal Secretary (PS) in the ministry, Chief Borenahabokhethe Sekonyela in an Interview with Informative yesterday as the country marked World Refugee Day as declared by the United Nations General Assembly.
Chief Sekonyela mentioned that one of the ministry’s efforts was that of ensuring that Basotho refugees in other countries were safe and protected and by introducing the Lesotho Special Permits it is making certain that Basotho nationals who may be refugees in South Africa, especially economic refugees, would have freedom to run their businesses in that country.
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