- published: 14 Feb 2017
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The Lesotho Chapter of the Media Institute of Southern Africa says it's mobilising international support to curtail what it sees as government intimidation of the media. This after two radio stations were removed from air allegedly following orders from the Minister of Communications. The stations were opened after people's Choice FM was granted a court order, but MISA remains concerned by threats to media freedom in the country. For more news, visit: http://www.sabc.co.za/news
Deputy President Ramaphosa has arrived in Lesotho following the announcement of the results of Saturday's election. His visit is expected to consolidate plans for the inauguration of the new coalition government. Ramaphosa paid a courtesy call to King Letsie III; he also met with the two leaders of the incoming coalition government, Pakalitha Mosisili and Mothejoa Metsing. The two leaders commended SADC and South Africa in particular for ensuring that Lesotho holds successful election. @vuyo_mvoko @nthakoana @yolisanjamela #SABCNews @Sophie_Mokwena #LesothoVotes2015 For more News visit: http://www.sabc.co.za/news Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/SABCNewsOnline?lang=en Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SABCNewsOnline
The Lesotho National Assembly has passed a vote of no confidence in Prime Minister Pakalitha Mosisili's government. The vote was not counted, but Speaker Nthloi Motsamai passed the motion. For more news, visit: http://www.sabc.co.za/news
With less than 24hours to the Lesotho election, South Africa's High Commissioner to Lesotho Sello Moloto says there haven't been any earth shattering complaints during campaigning. The Commonwealth says the tensions that it observed are now subsiding And the Prime Minister's party has set the record straight on signing the Pledge to accept the outcome. For more news, visit: http://www.sabc.co.za/news
Lesotho opposition leaders who were exiled in South Africa for more than a year, have returned home. Former prime minister and ABC leader Tom Thabane, BNP leader Thesele Maseribane, and RCL leader Keketso Rantso passed through the Maseru border between the two countries amid tight security. SADeC Facillitator for Lesotho Deputy President Cyril Ramaophosa was in Maseru to welcome them. For more news, visit: http://www.sabc.co.za/news
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The National Executive Committee of Lesotho Prime Minister Pakalitha Mosisili's party, Democratic Congress has announced that it is withdrawing from the country's coalition government. In a media briefing led by the Deputy Leader Monyane Moleleki and in Mosisili's absence the party called on all its members who are ministers to resign forthwith. Moleleki says 20 MPs support this move, and this leaves the coalition government with only 45 of the 120 seats of the national assembly, making it a minority. For more news, visit: http://www.sabc.co.za/news
This video clip was produced to warn tourists to Lesotho as to the modus operandi of corrupt police officials at road blocks where extortion of cash from innocent tourists is a daily happening. Use the power of Social Media and help stamp out corruption. Email or forward this clip to all or any of the government officials listed below and add your voice. By the end of 2014 over 20,000 people will have viewed the video clip at the current rate. This is the only weapon we have. Let's use it effectively. This string is strictly moderated. It needs to be fair, objective and balanced. Any comments that contain offensive language, radical points of view, racism etc. will be removed. Keep it positive please. The long term objective is to help Lesotho to regain tourism confidence. Update: 19.11....
"The Forgotten Kingdom," which started out as a private video diary, chronicles a 19 year old Prince Harry's eight-week visit to Lesotho in February and March 2004. This TV documentary helped raise approximately $2 million for the British Red Cross Lesotho Fund. Made by Britain's ITN and narrated by Tom Bradby, with some footage taken by His Royal Highness himself.