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September 17

  • Lesotho: PM Refuses to Reopen Parliament

    VOA

    Lesotho Prime Minister Tom Thabane will not re-open parliament as demanded by the Southern African Development Community (SADC), until a renegade army general is arrested and made... Read more »

  • Africa: African Press Review 17 September 2014

    RFI

    Mugabe backs Putin. Lesotho is to have an early election. Nigerian soldiers are sentenced to death. Sierra Leone MPs are angry about media reports of misappropriation of funds... Read more »

  • Southern Africa: SADC Troika Communiqué [document]

    The Herald

    Communiqué of the Double Troika Summit of Heads of State and Government plus the Democratic Republic of Congo and the United Republic of Tanzania, Pretoria, South Africa, 15... Read more »

  • Lesotho: Lesotho's Streets a Jungle for the Deaf [analysis]

    Namibian

    NINA Morie (22) sits in a semicircle with friends as they play a game of cards, but he is annoyed by their lack of awareness. Read more »



September 16



September 15

  • Southern Africa: Regional Leaders Meet Amid Threat of Lesotho Violence

    allAfrica

    Southern African regional leaders are holding a mini-summit on Monday amid fears that the political deadlock in Lesotho could lead to violence. Read more »

  • Southern Africa: SADC Statement on Lesotho & DR Congo [document]

    SA Govt

    COMMUNIQUE OF THE DOUBLE TROIKA SUMMIT OF HEADS OF STATE AND GOVERNMENT PLUS THE DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO AND THE UNITED REPUBLIC OF TANZANIAPRETORIA, SOUTH AFRICA Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: President in SA for Lesotho Talks

    The Herald

    President Mugabe arrived here yesterday for the Sadc Troika Summit on Lesotho to be held in Pretoria today. Read more »

  • Southern Africa: SADC Talks Underway to Broker Peace Deal in Lesotho

    SAnews.gov.za

    An emergency meeting of the Southern African Development Community (SADC) regional leaders, which is discussing the pressing political and security issues in Lesotho and the... Read more »

  • Lesotho: President Zuma Calls Emergency Meeting On Lesotho

    SAnews.gov.za

    The political situation in Lesotho will come under the spotlight again when the Southern African Development Community (SADC) regional leaders gather for an emergency meeting in... Read more »



September 14



September 13

  • Lesotho: Deadlock Prompts Fresh Crisis Summit

    New Zimbabwe

    SADC leaders will meet in Pretoria on Wednesday to discuss the crisis in Lesotho after the country's political leadership failed to meet a Friday deadline to reopen parliament. Read more »

  • Lesotho: Lesotho Crisis Needs Finality [editorial]

    The Herald

    SADC chairman President Mugabe says the regional bloc will convene an extraordinary Summit in South Africa next week to discuss disturbances in Lesotho where there were reports of... Read more »



September 12

  • Southern Africa: SADC to Meet Over Lesotho

    The Herald

    SADC will convene an extraordinary Summit in South Africa to discuss the situation in Lesotho next Wednesday following an attempted coup in that country last month. Read more »



September 10

  • Lesotho: Are Lesotho's Leaders Playing Chicken? [analysis]

    SAIIA

    More than a week has now passed since the ostensible coup attempt of 29 August in Lesotho. This was sold officially as an operation to neutralise elements within the Lesotho... Read more »

  • Lesotho: Basotho Leaders Pressed to Open Parliament

    SAPA

    Lesotho coalition leaders have been given two days to agree on a date to open Parliament by South Africa's President Jacob Zuma, SABC News reported on Wednesday. Read more »

  • Lesotho: A Historical Perspective of Lesotho's Political Crisis [analysis]

    The Herald

    THE current political challenges in the Kingdom of Lesotho can be better understood in the context of the country's history of internal squabbles. Read more »



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September 08

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