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Moleleki should rein in Litjobo: Chesetsi

BONGIWE ZIHLANGU

MASERU – Sello Chesetsi , Alliance of Democrats (AD) secretary for party leader Monyane Moleleki’s Machache constituency committee is breathing fire, accusing the AD founder of failing to bring spokesperson Thuso Litjobo to order for his errant behaviour which he says could “lead to the disintegration of the AD”.

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Fleet management expert breathes fire

KANANELO BOLOETSE

MASERU – A local fleet management expert is miffed that government appears to be backpaddling on a pledge to lure Basotho expatriates back home to shore up its development efforts. Stung by the perceived betrayal, Michaela ‘Mabathoana earlier this year wrote a scathing letter to the leaders of the fourparty coalition government, Prime Minister Motsoahae Thabane and his deputy Monyane Moleleki.

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Furore over plans to bring foreign judges

STAFF REPORTERl

MASERU – Plans to bring foreign judges to preside over high profile cases involving a group of soldiers including former army chief Tlali Kamoli accused of committing a slew of crimes over a two-year period were motivated by the need to ensure the trials produce widely acceptable verdicts.

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Distraught client mulls sacking Lephuthing

BONGIWE ZIHLANGU

QACHA’S NEK – Qacha’s Nek landlord Mosimoli Manamolela is considering replacing prominent lawyer Christopher Lephuthing and reporting him to the Law Society for allegedly failing to follow up judgments in cases he had handled for her family.

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Police excesses:ombudsman asked to step in

KANANELO BOLOETSE

MASERU – Amid growing concerns over mounting cases of police brutality and lingering perceptions of impunity that continue to erode public confidence in the Lesotho Mounted Police Service (LMPS), some opposition parties have petitioned the Ombudsman to step in.

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Nedbank Lesotho throws lifeline to girls

POLOKO MOKHELE

BEREA - Nedbank Lesotho on Wednesday donated sanitary pads to three schools in the Butha-Buthe, Leribe and Berea districts, as part of its response to Queen ’Masenate Bereng Seeiso’s call through the Queen’s Trust Fund, Hlokomela Banana Initiative, for companies and individuals to adopt a school and distribute sanitary pads to the girls.