Former Lesotho Prime Minister Mentioned in Ritual Murder

Lesotho Defence Force Brigadier Ramanka Mokaloba, told the SADC commission of inquiry into the murder of the country’s Commander, that the former Prime Minister Thomas Thabane together with a business man Jessie Ramakatane (who died a week ago) were among a group of people who were involved in ritual murder. Former Lesotho Prime Minister Mentioned... Continue Reading →

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Lesotho legal reforms initiative starts

Hardly two weeks following the Lesotho’s Prime Minister address to the United Nations General Assembly that the country is to embark into constitutional reforms process to end political instability, a local non-governmental organisation, Development for Peace Education (DPE) is piloting legal reforms project at two constituencies of Taung and Mekaling in the Mohale’s hoek district.... Continue Reading →

Two Lesotho NGOs Stance on Mutiny Case

JOINT PRESS STATEMENT TRANSFORMATION RESOURCE CENTRE (TRC) AND CATHOLIC COMMISSION FOR JUSTICE AND PEACE (CCJP) TRC-CCJP’s stance and contribution on latest developments in Lesotho Introduction On 5 October 5 2015, the High Court of Lesotho ordered that the close arrest of 23 soldiers charged with a mutiny plot by the Lesotho Defence Force is unlawful... Continue Reading →

Former Lesotho Prime Minister testifies in exile

Former Lesotho Prime Minister Tom Thabane testified this morning before the SADC Commission of inquiry into the death of the Lesotho Defence Force commander Maaparankoe Mahao. Thabane who testified in camera in the Republic of South Africa (RSA), was the last witnesses following the Basotho National Party leader, Chief Thesele Maseribane and Reformed Congress of Lesotho leader Mrs Keketso... Continue Reading →

Lesotho Prime Minister tells UN that constitutional reforms and SDGs implementation are a priority for the country.

Addressing the United Nations General Assembly yesterday, the Prime Minister of Lesotho Dr. Pakalitha Mosisili said that with the support of Common Wealth, the country is in agreement with the Southern Africa Development Community (SADC) that constitutional reforms is the first step towards the road to political stability. “Lesotho has passed through many political challenges... Continue Reading →

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