- Published on Tuesday, 12 August 2014 11:00
- Written by Keletso Leotla
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MASERU- while the Ministry of Health is making significant strides in reforming the health sector countrywide, it appears there are other health professionals who are hell bent on advancing the opposite by maltreating and abusing patients, the Informative has learnt.
A young woman, 19 years of age from Ha Matala in the Maseru district told this paper how she almost died at the hands of negligent and abusive nurses of the national referral hospital the Queen ‘Mamohato Memorial Hospital (QMMH) a couple of weeks ago.
Keneuoe Mosoka said she had been subjected to such a terrible treatment that she doubts she would ever want to fall pregnant ever again.
- Published on Tuesday, 12 August 2014 10:50
- Written by Boitumelo Koloi
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The leader of the Lesotho Congress for Democracy (LCD) and Deputy Prime-Minister Mothetjoa Metsing says he has confidence in the Prime Minister Dr. Motsoahae Thabane who is also leader of the All Basotho Convention (ABC).
Speaking at an LCD rally held in Maputsoe on Sunday, Metsing said he had been convinced that Thabane was as truly committed to seeing the coalition pact’s survival as he (Metsing) is, adding that he was aware that thereis a group of persons calling themselves a resource group who appear to be hell bent to seeing the country’s peace marred with unnecessary instability.
According to Metsing, they had signed a committal with the premier for the re-opening of parliament which was propagated by His Majesty King Letsie III as advised by Thabane in June.
The nine-month long prorogation of the august house was put in place following embittered relations amongst the tripartite coalition government’s partners particularly Thabane’s ABC and LCD led by Metsing.
Metsing and his LCD accused Thabane and his ABC cohorts of taking very crucial decisions singlehandedly without consulting any of his fellow coalition government principals.
In 2012, when the National Assembly general elections resulted in a hung parliament with no outright majority winner, the three parties ABC, LCD and the Basotho National Party led by Minister of Gender and Youth, Sports and Recreation Chi
- Published on Tuesday, 12 August 2014 09:39
- Written by Majara Molupe
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LERIBE- The Minister of Home Affairs Morena Joang Molapo says the Parliament would be opened soon following their visit to Namibia two weeks ago.
This, the Minister said on Sunday at a Basotho National Party (BNP) rally held at the hotly contested Mphosong Constituency for the upcoming bi-elections following the death of Member of Parliament (MP) for that Constituency.
- Published on Tuesday, 12 August 2014 09:17
- Written by Mants'ali Phakoana
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MASERU-Popular Front for Democracy (PFD) has recommended the coalition government for the progress made towards salvaging the tripartite pact since the New Zealand trip meant to harness capacity on how best to steer the coalition government ship.
Addressing a media briefing held in Maseru last week, PFD leader Advocate Lekhetho Rakuoane said a recent trip by principals of the coalition government was indicative of their individual and collective commitment to the success of the agreement.
- Published on Tuesday, 12 August 2014 08:42
- Written by Palesa Mosola
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MASERU- Minister of Home Affairs Joang Molapo officiated at an event to naturalize ten people of foreign origin as Lesotho citizen at an event held in Maseru last week.
Speaking at the event Molapo said the fact that people of foreign origin would want to become Basotho was proof that Lesotho is a country that other tribes recognize as a peaceable abode. The minister said the function of naturalizing foreign-born persons was his favorite of all his tasks.
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