The Lesotho Demographic Health Survey (DHS), launched in Maseru on Wednesday last week indicates that the annual maternal mortality rate has declined...
Maternal mortality declines in Lesotho
Mmelesi Lodge was a hive of activity on Sunday as the leisure and entertainment venue joined hands with Carling Blue Label to celebrate and honour all men...
Father’s day spirit engulfs Maseru
Her Worship the Major of Maseru City Council (MCC) ‘Masechaba ‘Makong has died. ‘Makong died suddenly at the Queen ‘Mamohato Memorial Hospital on Saturday morning...
Maseru mayor dies
The government is in talks with Lesotho Defense Force (LDF) commander Lieutenant General Tlali Kamoli to reach an amicable solution...
Gov’t mulls Kamoli exit
Sepolesa sa Lesotho se ile sa leboha tšebelisano ‘moho ea sechaba le baphatlalatsi ekasita le mafapha ohle a ileng a sebetsa ‘moho ho theola sekhahla sa lipolaeano tse neng li bonahala li totile kantle le kahare ho naha..
Lipolaeano tsa Famo li theohile: Sepolesa
BEREA-Sehlopha sa bahlanka ba sechaba ba ikopantseng ba le bane ba eme ka maoto ho ntlafatsa maphelo a bana ba likhutsana, likhutsana khulu le bana ba tlokotsing ka ho ba rekela litlhoko tsa sekolo tse kenyeletsang seaparo le lithusa thuso esitana le lijo.
Bahlanka ba hlokomela likhutsana .....
The government is set to erect two textile factories in Berea district to water down increasing rates of unemployment in the district, Prime Minister Dr Pakalitha Mosisili has promised....
Two textile factories earmarked for Berea
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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