Zebras Win Lesotho Friendly
[Botswana Daily News] Serowe -The senior national football team, Zebras, walloped Dikoena of Lesotho 2-1 in an international friendly in Serowe on May 21
AU Alarmed At Developments in Lesotho
[The Patriot] The Chairperson of the African Union Commission, Dr. Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma has expressed deep concern over the breakdown in rule of law in the Kingdom of Lesotho, as demonstrated by the recent attack on Professor Mafa Sejanamane, senior academic and former Acting Vice Chancellor at the National University of Lesotho. The Chairperson learnt with shock and dismay the gunshot attack at the homestead of Professor Mafa Sejanamane during the early hours of Friday, 6 May 2016. Although the Professor and his fami
Call for Extension of Lesotho Special Permit Deadline
[GroundUp] Less than 2% of Lesotho nationals have applied so far
Minister Malusi Gigaba Visits Lesotho Special Permit Centre
[SA Govt] Media statement on Minister Gigaba's visit to the Lesotho Special Permit Centre
Low Application Numbers for Lesotho Special Permit
[SAnews.gov.za] Pretoria -Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba on Tuesday expressed concern at the low number of Basotho nationals who have applied to formalise their status in the country.
Minister Malusi Gigaba Visits Lesotho Special Permit Application Centre in Midrand
[SA Govt] The Minister of Home Affairs, Malusi Gigaba, will tomorrow, 10 May 2016 visit the Lesotho Special Permit (LSP) Centre in Midrand to assess the levels of applications as well as interact with applicants. The Centre is administered by the Visa Facilitation Services (VFS) on behalf of the Department of Home Affairs.
118 MP Poll Petitions Listed for Hearing
[Monitor] Kampala -Three months after the conclusion of the February 18 general election, the Judiciary has compiled and listed at least 118 parliamentary election petitions to be heard in 13 different High Court branches across the country.
Ruling Allowing Detention of Soldiers Raises More Questions About Fair Trial
[AI London] A court ruling that allows the Lesotho Defence Force (LDF) to continue to keep 16 soldiers detained raises further serious concerns about their ability to have a fair trial, Amnesty International said today, following a decision announced by the Lesotho Court of Appeal.