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It’s the end of an era in Lesotho

A political obituary for Thomas Thabane

Events in Lesotho point to poor prospects for political stability

Since the demand for resources far outmatches the patronage available, Lesotho’s political arena has become brutally competitive

Murders plague Lesotho politics

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

Goodbye to the godfather of Lesotho politics

Pakalitha Mosisili has been the pre-eminent power broker for decades. What will the Mountain Kingdom look like without him?

Remembering the moment that SA soldiers marched into Lesotho

Christopher Williams reflects on Nelson Mandela’s nuanced views on the use of armed force

Lesotho’s Groundhog Day election

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

Army and state threaten Lesotho inquiry

The SADC commission looking into violence and political instability in the mountain kindgom is being hamstrung.

Lesotho PM under fire at SADC summit

Pakalitha Mosisili came under fire after he objected to the terms of reference of the organisation’s inquiry into security conditions in his country.

Lesotho on the brink of first coalition government

Lesotho's ruling party has taken the lead in its general election, but results show the country is still set to have its first ever coalition Cabinet.

Former allies battles it out in Lesotho elections

Lesotho's voters head to the polls in a tight election where bitter rivalries among the three main party leaders have overshadowed worries about jobs.

Lesotho prime minister topples ruling party

Lesotho Prime Minister Pakalitha Mosisili resigned this week from the faction-riven ruling party to join a new movement.

Prime Minister Mosisili leaves Lesotho ruling party

Lesotho Prime Minister Pakalitha Mosisili on Tuesday resigned from the faction-riven Lesotho Congress for Democracy (LCD) to join a new movement.

Lesotho PM murder suspects in court

Seven men alleged to have plotted to kill Lesotho Prime Minister Pakalitha Mosisili have been charged with 31 separate crimes and remanded in custody.

SA hands over suspects in Lesotho PM murder plot

Seven suspected mercenaries alleged to have plotted to kill Lesotho's Prime Minister Pakalitha Mosisili were extradited by South Africa on Tuesday.

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