Lesotho wins mining leases case

  Herbert Moyo THE High Court of Singapore has set aside an arbitral award issued to Swissbourgh Diamond Mines and South African investors who claim their mining leases had been expropriated by the Kingdom of Lesotho. The investors who... Read more


Bantu cement pole position

  Moorosi Tsiane LINDOKUHLE Phungulwa scored the solitary goal as Bantu edged LMPS at Setsoto Stadium yesterday to cement pole position in the Econet Premier League log standings. This was Bantu’s third victory on the trot while LMPS s... Read more


Democracy in Africa: Time to celebrate

  . . . but worries still linger Nic Cheeseman There is much to celebrate as the world marks International Day of Democracy. The last year has seen important democratic breakthroughs in Africa. In Gambia an entrenched autocrat was forc... Read more


Reforms the way to go

Reforms the way to go

  LESOTHO’S political gladiators would do well to hearken to King Letsie III’s seminal words, as the country trudges through a difficult politica... Read more

News In Pictures

  • Democracy in Africa: Time to celebrate
  • Press freedom should be protected
  • Bantu cement pole position
  • Matlama begin life without Matete
  • Lesoetsa enjoying US challenge
  • Lesotho moves up cycling rankings
  • Matlama fans tasting their own medicine
  • Basketball league roars into life
  • Beauty queen appeals for votes
  • Local acts to rock MACUFE
  • Chefs body appeals for help
  • Travelling to revive yourself
  • SADC agrees to standby force request
  • SADC intelligence outlines army threats
  • ‘Politics commands the gun’
  • LCN speaks on police brutality claims
  • Spotlight on child marriage and poverty nexus
  • Opposition calls for Motšomotšo inquiry
  • LEC loses M2,4m to vandalism
  • Moafrika boss faces defamation charge

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