November 26

November 23

November 22

  • Zimbabwe: President Briefed On Lesotho

    The Herald

    Lesotho is on course to regaining political stability following an attempted coup that rocked the Mountain Kingdom earlier this year, Sadc Chair President Mugabe has been told.This... Read more »

November 17

  • Lesotho: Deputy President Returns to Lesotho

    SADC Facilitator and Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa will on Tuesday return to Lesotho to consolidate the implementation of recently signed agreements in that country, his office... Read more »

November 15

  • Zimbabwe: President Meets Lesotho PM

    The Herald

    Lesotho Prime Minister Thomas Thabane met Sadc chairperson President Mugabe at State House in Harare yesterday to brief him about the situation in his country following an... Read more »

  • Gabon/Angola: Group C Still Wide Open

    Independent (Lagos)

    Group C that has Gabon, Burkina Faso, Angola and Lesotho is a group that is still wide open to all the four teams. But Lesotho with two points stands an outside chance of... Read more »

November 14

  • Lesotho: TV Lesotho Allowed Coverage in Court [press release]


    Lesotho Television, a State television broadcaster run under the Lesotho National Broadcasting Service, was allowed to broadcast brief coverage, for the first time, of a High Court... Read more »

November 06

November 05

November 04

  • Lesotho: Deputy President to Return to Lesotho

    SADC Facilitator and South African Deputy President, Cyril Ramaphosa, is expected to return to Lesotho this week to build on and consolidate recently agreed political and security... Read more »

October 31

October 27

  • Lesotho: New Paper Launches in Maseru [press release]


    The African Media Holdings (Pty) Ltd and its newspapers, the Lesotho Times and Sunday Express, have lost a court case in which their company got an interim interdict to prevent a... Read more »

  • Lesotho: Zim Journalists Win Lesotho Case

    New Zimbabwe

    THE Lesotho Court of Appeal has overturned a High Court ruling that had banned three journalists from practising their profession and publishing their own newspaper, The Post. Read more »

October 20

  • Lesotho: No End to Lesotho's Instability? [guest column]


    A political and security crisis in Lesotho has eased since parties agreed to call early elections next February in a bid to secure a new government with a clear mandate. But one of... Read more »

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