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Naledi Chambers Incorporated

Naledi Chambers Incorporated

1st Floor, Metropolitan Building, Kingsway Street, Maseru
022314986
TIMAX TELECOMMUNICATIONS PTY LTD

TIMAX TELECOMMUNICATIONS PTY LTD

Maseru, Lesotho
+26628317667, +26662849204
Mineworkers Development Agency

Mineworkers Development Agency

Teba Complex, 226 Moshoeshoe Road, Maseru West, Lesotho
+26622324004
Naledi Chambers Incorporated

Naledi Chambers Incorporated

1st Floor, Metropolitan Building, Kingsway Street, Maseru
022314986
MJ Motsoari Chambers

MJ Motsoari Chambers

Star Lion Group Building, Kingsway, Maseru, Lesotho, 100
+26659200041, +26662749253, +26658749253

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EXCLUSIVE: Lesotho not ready for elections, says f...

Lesotho’s former prime minister Tom Thabane says the mountainous kingdom is not ready for elections, citing security concerns.

Thabane’s remarks came after the country’s King Letsie moved to dissolve parliament this week after Prime Minister Pakalitha Mosisili, who is also the leader of the Democratic Congress (DC) party lost a confidence vote. This, consequently, paved was for an election within three months.

Mosisili had headed a coalition government since a snap election in 2015 that was called in an e...

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MINISTRY OF LABOUR TO STRENGTHEN LABOUR INSPECTION...
MINISTRY of Labour and Employment Deputy Principal Secretary Pitso Makosholo says coordination among stakeh...
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LESOTHO URGED TO SWITCH TO TERTIARY SECTOR RELIANC...
LESOTHO and other southern African states have been urged to consider switching from secondary to tertiary sector reliance in order to leapfrog the global development cycle

The call was made by the Head of Strategic Research at Nedbank Group, Mohammed Nalla during Tuesday’s corporate breakfast meeting organised by Nedbank Lesotho.

The annual event, which was attended by captains of industry and representatives from the public sector is meant to provide an opportunity to deliberate on the latest busine...

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MINES CONTRIBUTE M1B TO FISCUS
Government is intensifying measures to increase the mining sector’s contribution to the economy amid revelations it contributed more than M1 billion to the fiscus in the 2015/16 financial year

This was recently revealed by Mining Minister Lebohang Thotanyana while presenting an annual update on the status of the mining sector in the country in the National Assembly.

The latest figures indicate an increase from M852 million in the 2014/15 financial year and the minister said this translated into a 10 percent contribution to the cou...

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YOUTH GROUP FORAYS INTO AGRICULTURE
Newly-established Zero Hunger Agric Business Development Forum (ZEHADEF) has announced plans to establish a formal network of smallholder farmers aimed at improving commercial agriculture and boosting its contribution to national economic development

They said while commercial agriculture had potential t...

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ECONET INNOVATION EMPOWERS MUSICIANS
ECONET Telecom Lesotho (ETL) yesterday unveiled a new platform through which its customers can stream over 30 million songs

MusicTime as the service is called, is operated through...

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