MASERU - The Finance Principal Secretary, Mosito Khethisa, is in police custody and is expected to appear in court today in connection with a M6.5 million fraud charges. The spokesperson of the Lesotho Mounted Police Services senior inspector Lebona Mohloboli confirmed that Khethisa is detained at police headquarters to help with investigations. Mohloboli said police made a plea to Khethisa that he should report to the police on Sunday to help them with allegations that connect him with fraud. Read more...
|CENTRAL BANK OF LESOTHO - PUBLIC NOTICE|
|Written by Administrator|
|Tuesday, 21 May 2013 12:54|
The Central Bank of Lesotho hereby notifies members of the public that the under-mentioned financial institutions are duly licensed to operate in Lesotho in terms of the Financial Institutions Act of 2012, the Insurance Act of 1976, Financial Institutions (Credit Only Institutions) Regulations, 2010, Financial Institutions (Ancillary Financial Service Providers) (Licensing Requirements) Regulations, 2003, and Central Bank of Lesotho (Collective Investment Schemes) Regulations, 2001; as at 30th April, 2013. These include approved banks, insurance companies, insurance brokers, and collective investment schemes, Credit Only Institutions, Money Transfers and Foreign Exchange Bureaus. Members of the public who wish to check the list of approved money lenders in Lesotho can call the Central Bank of Lesotho on the following numbers; (+266) 22232039. Members of the public will be kept informed about approved financial institutions on a quarterly basis in order to enable them to avoid investing in unauthorized financial institutions.
The Central Bank of Lesotho continues to strongly advise members of the public against dealing with unlicensed financial institutions to prevent financial losses.
This notice is issued by the Central Bank of Lesotho in accordance with its mandate as the regulator and supervisor of financial institutions in Lesotho.
|Last Updated on Tuesday, 21 May 2013 12:58|