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MASERU- The Principal Secretary (PS) of the Ministry of Health Lefu Manyokole says his Ministry is to blame for the death of a pregnant woman who died on her way to Queen ‘Mamohato Memorial Hospital, at Mesitsaneng in Mohale’s Hoek district recently. In an interview with the paper, Manyokole said the pregnant woman was transferred from Quthing government Hospital to Queen ‘Mamohato Memorial Hospital where their ambulance unfortunately overturned. Read more...
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Written by Majara Molupe   
Monday, 21 April 2014 20:43

MASERU- The Principal Secretary (PS) of the Ministry of Health Lefu Manyokole says his Ministry is to blame for the death of a pregnant woman who died on her way to Queen ‘Mamohato Memorial Hospital, at Mesitsaneng in Mohale’s Hoek district recently.

 
Khethisa to appear in court PDF Print E-mail
Written by Mantoa Molefi   
Tuesday, 15 April 2014 06:02

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.

 
Government GBS performance shows improvement PDF Print E-mail
Written by Mantoa Molefi   
Tuesday, 08 April 2014 06:31

MASERU- The 6th joint annual review of performance assessment Framework for General Budget Support (GBS) shows growth of at least two percent in budget implementation compared to the previous year. This was revealed when different departments from government presented their performances compared to the set targets in the last fiscal year.

 
Maseru Residents to benefit from TED Sanitation Project PDF Print E-mail
Written by Mantoa Molefi   
Tuesday, 08 April 2014 06:29

MASERU - Technologies for Economic Development (TED) will implement a two year project named Sanitation Energy Biodiversity in all wards of the Maseru City Council (MCC) whereby every household will be visited for survey of sanitation coverage and technologies.

 
Rectors Cup Tournament makes history PDF Print E-mail
Written by Mantoa Molefi   
Tuesday, 08 April 2014 06:28

MASERU - Since its establishment in 2009 Rectors Cup has been hosted by Lerotholi Polytechnic on the same day as World AIDS Day, but was overshadowed by the events of the UNAIDS activities, but this year it was first held outside the campus at Lesotho Correctional Services (LCS) grounds on its own special day and sponsored by BAM Group, Essentials Beauty Spar and NASHUA.

 
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