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Murders plague Lesotho politics

The prime minister has been questioned by the police, plunging the country into another crisis

Lesotho’s Groundhog Day election

The mountain kingdom’s politicians keep playing the same old game, with the same frustrating results

Deadlocked Lesotho takes strain as donors withhold funding

With the opposition boycotting parliamentary sittings - and its leaders still in exile - the country's international standing is taking a hammering.

Fears for Lesotho’s future after ‘coup’

The attempted assassination of a military commander has plunged Lesotho into turmoil after an apparent coup that forced the prime minister to flee.

Department denies SA’s involvement in Lesotho

The defence department says South African troops have not been involved in foiling an alleged coup in Lesotho.

Lesotho’s deputy premier takes reins after PM flees ‘coup’

Lesotho's Deputy Prime Minister Mothetjoa Metsing has taken charge of the government after Prime Minister Thomas Thabane fled the country.

Lesotho PM resigns after losing outright majority

Lesotho Prime Minister Pakalitha Mosisili has resigned after his party failed to secure an outright majority and the opposition united to oust him.

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