Politically connected business person Atul Gupta has reportedly been appointed special adviser to Lesotho Prime Minister Tom Thabane.
Parties in Lesotho's shaky coalition government have averted a political crisis by agreeing to continue working together until elections in 2017.
Emergency talks have been underway to determine the future of Lesotho's fragile coalition government, amid suggestions of a coup.
Rural life – its joy, its sorrow, its contradiction – finds new expression in a poignant tale of the kingdom.
The tripartite coalition government of Lesotho is splintering, with its sponsor BBDP leader Jeremane Ramathebane in custody for suspected fraud.
The discovery of a 100-carat white diamond worth an estimated $5-million has put London-based Gem Diamonds on its strongest footing in nine months.
The government of Lesotho is preparing impeachment proceedings against its court of appeal president Michael Ramodibedi.
Judges find that banning daughters from inheriting positions is not a discriminatory practice.
Bafana Bafana will play an international friendly against neighbours Lesotho in preparation for its two Fifa World Cup qualifying matches.
HIV counsellors play a vital role in Lesotho's health system, but the money is running out.
Players and officials allegedly accepted large sums of money to throw a football match.
People from SA's neighbouring countries flock here looking for work. Hundreds of thousands find it in the mining industry and in farming and tourism.
Former Lesotho Trade Minister Propane Lebesa benefited from a government scheme that was intended to pay the rent of students studying in SA.
Lesotho claims an Ethiopian is smuggling illegal immigrants into South Africa - but he denies it.
South Africa has been accused of putting undue pressure on a weak government to extract an unfair deal. Caswell Tlali reports.
Lesotho's declaration of a food emergency in August went fairly unnoticed in South Africa, but make no mistake: this is an emergency.
Katse Dam delegate, Reatile Mochebelele is fighting extradition from South Africa to serve a 10-year sentence for fraud.
Embedded in the belly of South Africa, landlocked Lesotho has emerged as a textile giant in Africa.