Mokhethoa Mec lebatooaneng la Thotapeli, Phuthiatsana o thibetsoe ho hlapanya

Monghali Mothupi Moboka, mokhethoa oa Mec, lebatooaneng la Thotapeli kahar’a Phuthiatsana Community Council o ile a koteloa, a phubuloa letsoho ha a lokela ho hlapanya le ba bang kajeno, ka taelo ea Mongoli e Moholo oa Lekala la Puso ea Libaka le Borena.

Setho sa komiti e kholo sa mokha oa habo, monghali Motlalepula Khahloe se re tlhaloso ea mohlapantši e bile hore o fumane taelo e tsoang ka holimo ho eena e reng eo a ke a emelle thoko, ka ha ho e-na le nyeoe ea likhetho khahlanong le eena, lekhotleng la Komisi e Ikemetseng.

Monghali Tšeliso Mokoko, ka boemo ba hae e le Mongoli e Moholo lekaleng leo, o tiisitse hore o fela a laetse joalo, kamor’a hore lekala le tsebisoe ke IEC, hore Maboka o na le nyeoe ee a lokelang ho e araba, e malebana le likhetho tsa puso ea libaka, lekhotleng la eona, o tla hlapantšoa ha a ka e hlola.

Monghali Khahloe o re motho enoa oa bona, o ne a ile tlhapanyong ka memo ea Phuthiatsana D05, ha ho mohla a kileng a fumana lengolo le reng o qosetsoa litaba tsena tsee Mr Mokoko a reng IEC e ba ngoletse ka tsona, tse setisitseng monna eo oa habo ho nka setulo se mo lokelang a tsebe khobola. RK.

 

 

 

MOSISILI’S CRY FOR KAMOLI

 

Maseru, Oct. 29 — Democratic Congress Leader, Dr. Pakalitha Mosisili has advised his supporters to pull up their socks and get ready for elections.

He was speaking at a political rally on Sunday in Maseru after a leadership conference that commenced on Saturday, and it is at this platform where he recalled warning his supporters ahead of June 03 polls to be prepared, and said he is giving out the same advise once again, no matter when the next elections will be.

‘It does not matter when the next elections will be, but we need to get ready and I wish this government would last longer as that would work to our advantage to allow us enough time to introspect and re-build the party and the congress movement, but at the rate that it is going, I do not think it will stand for long,’ he said.

Mosisili cited reasons that makes him believe the government is on shaky ground, mentioning the order that was given by the Prime Minister to the police to assault suspects as one of them, which he said has led to deaths and instability.

‘I would have no problem if he made such a comment in a political rally but for him to have done that in the National Assembly is really astonishing and cannot be taken lightly,’ he added.

The second reason he mentioned was what he called mishandling of security issues by the government which could lead to bloodshed as it did when late army Commander and two officers were shot dead at the Ratjomose barracks.

On this matter, Dr. Mosisili questioned the fact that the government has not called for a commission of inquiry when at the time of the death of Brigadier Maaparankoe Mahao the then opposition was so vocal about wanting the death to be investigated and to have all suspects held accountable, adding that what the government has done about this matter was to take sides and convicting the other two officers by deciding that their burials would be different.

It is at this time when he recounted how he was accused of not being ready to implement the recommendations made by the commission which he said was later captured by the Southern African Development Community (SADC) and called it theirs, when indeed it was of the government.

‘They have accused us of not implementing SADC decisions when we had released Lieutenant General Tlali Kamoli and introduced the Amnesty Bill as part of the implementation. We had also explained that arresting suspects was a police matter and we did not object the arrests, so the police now have to explain why they failed to apprehend those suspects then, and have decided to do it now, and so carelessly that people lose lives in the process,’ Mosisili reiterated.

Moreover, the DC leader condemned the chaining of the former army Commander when taken to court, wondering why that had to be done when he was cooperative when called in for questioning if it was not only to embarrass and humiliate him.

He emphasised that there was no need for Kamoli to have been chained but it was done to push other people’s agenda of humiliating and putting him under the spot light unnecessarily.

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Lipuisano tsa ’nete lipakeng tsa ’muso le bohanyetsi li lokela ho tšoara babusi letsoho

Bakhethi ba re lipuisano tsa ’nete lipakeng tsa babusi ba naha ena le bohanyetsi, li lokela ho hapella hore ’muso o thibeloe ho hira masole, mautloela, masle le makosetabole, ka ha ho se ho fumanehile hore khiro ea mafapha ana e tsamaisoa ka botho ba lipolotiki tsa mekha e pusong.

 Sena, se latela hore bofuufu ba bolele hore khiro e neng e ntse e tsoelapele ka sepoleseng e emisitsoe ka lebaka la pelaelo ea balekane ba Toala pusong, e re ho bonahala bahiri ba sekametse ka lithong tsa ABC feela.

 Ka lebaka leo, bofuufu ba re pelaelo eo, e bile mpe hoo balli ba bileng ba tsosa ka le reng ha bana ba bona ba sa hiroe, lipane li ka mpa tsa khaohana, ke ka hona mosebetsi oo o seng o tla boela o qaloa bocha.

Bona bo bofuufu bao, ba re le ba neng ba se ba hiriloe ka sesoleng, ba lokela ho kena koetlisong ea mathomo, ba se ba lokela ho qhaloa le ho hiroa bocha ka sona sepheo seo sa ho etsa hore mafapha ohle a balekane pusong a tle a ts’oaele. 

Ke hona moo bakhethi ba itseng, e le ho fana ka maikutlo a hore lipuisano tse etselitsoeng likaletsa aoba li tle le bonahale e tla ba tsa ’nete, ho hle ho lekoe botebo ba metsi ka hore ’muso o laeloe hore o emise khiro eo ea sepolotiki, e batleloe batho ba kantle ho tla e tsamaiso ka tsela e tlang ho etsa hore ho hiroe Mosotho e seng mocha oa mokha.

Banna le basali ba ileng ba manolla sehlooho sa lenaneo ba itse lipuisano li mekhahlelo e meraro. Ke oa lkaletsa tsa lipuisano tsa ’nete. E nt’o ba lipuisano tse khannelang ho tsa tharollo ea moshoelella ea qaka, tse tlang ho qetella ka motekeno oa se lumellanong. 

Matsatsing ana, ba itse lipuisano tse teng, ha li felile, ke hona ho tla feteloa mokhahlelong oa bobeli, e leng oa ho ea buisana le baphaphathehi, bao ha kutloano e ka ba teng lipakeng tsa bona le ’muso, ba tlang ho tla hae, ho tla simolla mokhahlelo o moholo e leng oa negotiations o ka bang oa isa pusong e kopanetsoeng.

 Ho sa le joalo, Monghali Serialong Qoo o ile a kena moeeng a re menyenyetsi e re lekhotlala bomatokhotsa le ne le lutse ka Labohlano le ntse le rala hore na le ka mo koala molomo joang, la lumellana hore a bitsetsoe lipotsong tsa mapolesa a e-na le e mong oa basebeletsi ba MOAFRIKA.

Monghali Mathibeli Mokhothu, a bua a le Litotomeng, moo a patileng hlooho teng, o itse ha ba na bothata ka lipuisano, empa li etsoe ka moea o motle, oa hlomphano e seng ’muso o ba fetole bashanyana ba ka ipitsetsoang feela ha ntat’a bona a khetha joalo. RK.

 

 

Bohanyetsi bo tokhotsa ’muso ka linnete

Benghali Serialong Qoo le Teboho Sekata ka bobeli le ka ho arohana, e le liphala tsa Potoana le Nonyana e Kholo ka ho latellana ha mabitso a bona, ba buile ka qhophello le katleho ba hanyetsa ’muso oo ba o rehileng oa manyeloi tabeng ea ho khutlela hae, ho neng ho lokela ho hlekeloa ke lipuisano tsa ka Afrika Boroa.

Liphala tseo, ho tloha bekeng e fetileng ha motlatsi oa tonakholo a ne a phatlalatsa hore moifo oa ’muso o tla ea kopana le baphaphathehi bao ka matsatsi a ileng la boleloa, ’moho le hore paramente e tla buloa ka Labohlano la beke ena, li ’nile tsa otla nqa e le ’ngoe feela, tsa re litaba tseo ke puke.

Balebelli ba litaba tsa naha ena tsa polotiki le puso ba re ho fela ho le joalo, bohanyetsi bo hlotse ’muso ka litaba letsatsi le chabile le itse toala, ’me bo ntse bo tsoelapele ho senola bofeela ba oona.

Molamu oa banna bano oa ho qetela bekeng ena, o hlalosoa e bile ha ’muso o boetse o phatlalatsa hore ka Labohlano lena, moifo oa oona o etelletsoengpele ke Monghali Monyane Moleleki o tla be o kopane le baetellipele ba phaphathehileng. Bohanyetsi ba boela ba re ha ho nonyana e llang joalo.

Ke moo Lehakoe la Litaba la MOAFRIKA le ileng la fua tokomane e tsoang kahar’a lekala la machabeng, la Afrika Boroa, e tlang ho oa Lesotho, e bolelang ka ho hlaka hore ha ho phutheho e tlang ho ba lipakeng tsa moifo oa ’Muso oa Lesotho le oa baphaphathehi, mobung oa Afrika Boroa ka la mashome a mabeli a metso e supileng, khoeling e holimo.

Tokomane e ngotsoeng ha khoeli ena e ne e hlola matsatsi a mashome a mabeli a metso e mehlano, e re pele ho ka ba le kopano e boleloang ke ’muso oa Lesotho, e ka khona motlatsi oa president ea Afrika Boroa, monghali Cyril Ramaphosa, a kopane sefahleho le sefahleho le monghali Mothejoa Metsing pele, e nto ba hona moifo oa Lesotho o ka kenang lipuisanong le bona.

Afrika Boroa ha e bolele hore na mabaka a phathahantseng Monghali Ramaphosa a hopoletsoe ho ea moriting neng, ntle le hore ’muso oa Lesotho o behe pelo sekotlolong, ba tla o tsebisa ha bobeli boo bo se bo buile.

Ho matlafatsa boemo bona ba taba, ’Muso oa Lesotho le Bohanyetsi ba naha ena, ba tlalehoa ba kopane meahong ea ’muso oa Lesotho, maseru kopanonge okametsoeng ke Komiti ea Sadc ea Bommesa-mohloane. Lehakoe la Litaba ha le na lethathamo la lipuisano. RK.

Ke hona ho tla tjekanoa lipakeng tsa ’muso le bohanyetsi

Litlaleho tsa morao li lupa hore ke hona ho sa tla isanoa holimo le tlase ke ’muso le bohanyetsi, tabeng ea ho khutlela hae ka bolokolohi ha benghali Mothejoa Metsing, Mathibeli Mokhothu, Tšeliso Mokhosi le bohle ba ileng ba tloha Lesotho mona ba baleha tokho.

 Benghali Serialong Qoo le Teboho Sekata ka bobeli le ka ho arohana, e le liphala tsa Potoana le Nonyana e Kholo ka ho latellana ha mabitso a bona, ba buile ka qhophello le katleho ba hanyetsa ’muso oo ba o rehileng oa manyeloi tabeng ea ho khutlela hae, ho neng ho lokela ho hlekeloa ke lipuisano tsa ka Afrika Boroa.

 Liphala tseo, ho tloha bekeng e fetileng ha motlatsi oa tonakholo a ne a phatlalatsa hore moifo oa ’muso o tla ea kopana le baphaphathehi bao ka matsatsi a ileng la boleloa, ’moho le hore paramente e tla buloa ka Labohlano la beke ena, li ’nile tsa otla nqa e le ’ngoe feela, tsa re litaba tseo ke puke.

 Balebelli ba litaba tsa naha ena tsa polotiki le puso ba re ho fela ho le joalo, bohanyetsi bo hlotse ’muso ka litaba letsatsi le chabile le itse toala, ’me bo ntse bo tsoelapele ho senola bofeela ba oona.

 Molamu oa banna bano oa ho qetela bekeng ena, o hlalosoa e bile ha ’muso o boetse o phatlalatsa hore ka Labohlano lena, moifo oa oona o etelletsoengpele ke Monghali Monyane Moleleki o tla be o kopane le baetellipele ba phaphathehileng. Bohanyetsi ba boela ba re ha ho nonyana e llang joalo.

 Ke moo Lehakoe la Litaba la MOAFRIKA le ileng la fua tokomane e tsoang kahar’a lekala la machabeng, la Afrika Boroa, e tlang ho oa Lesotho, e bolelang ka ho hlaka hore ha ho phutheho e tlang ho ba lipakeng tsa moifo oa ’Muso oa Lesotho le oa baphaphathehi, mobung oa Afrika Boroa ka la mashome a mabeli a metso e supileng, khoeling e holimo.

 Tokomane e ngotsoeng ha khoeli ena e ne e hlola matsatsi a mashome a mabeli a metso e mehlano, e re pele ho ka ba le kopano e boleloang ke ’muso oa Lesotho, e ka khona motlatsi oa president ea Afrika Boroa, monghali Cyril Ramaphosa, a kopane sefahleho le sefahleho le monghali Mothejoa Metsing pele, e nto ba hona moifo oa Lesotho o ka kenang lipuisanong le bona.

 Afrika Boroa ha e bolele hore na mabaka a phathahantseng Monghali Ramaphosa a hopoletsoe ho ea moriting neng, ntle le hore ’muso oa Lesotho o behe pelo sekotlolong, ba tla o tsebisa ha bobeli boo bo se bo buile.

Ho matlafatsa boemo bona ba taba, ’Muso oa Lesotho le Bohanyetsi ba naha ena, ba tlalehoa ba kopane meahong ea ’muso oa Lesotho, maseru kopanonge okametsoeng ke Komiti ea Sadc ea Bommesa-mohloane. Lehakoe la Litaba ha le na lethathamo la lipuisano.

 Litlaleho tsa morao li lupa hore ke hona ho sa tla isanoa holimo le tlase ke ’muso le bohanyetsi, tabeng ea ho khutlela hae ka bolokolohi ha benghali Mothejoa Metsing, Mathibeli Mokhothu, Tseliso Mokhosi le bohle ba ileng ba tloha Lesotho mona ba baleha tokho. RK.

 

 

 

 

Sadc Oversight Comm brings Lesotho gov and opposition to a round table

Friday, October 27, 2017—The SADC Oversight Committee, today facilitated the first Lesotho Government and Opposition Parties negotiations, under the chairmanship of the deputy prime minister, Monyane Moleleki. Prime Minister Tom Thabane joined the meeting a few minutes later.

Main points of the opposition were:

  • Government should pass a moratorium that will stop police from arresting and harassing the opposition leadership on political grounds.
  • Government of Lesotho should create a conducive climate for Reforms by removing all obstacles that forced three leaders of the opposition exile.
  • SADC should establish a locally based office of mediation between Government of Lesotho and the opposition leadership.
  • Government and opposition did not see eye to eye on the continued relevance of Mr Cyril Ramaphosa, South African Deputy President and SADC facilitator to Lesotho.
  • Governments view such that the facilitator should be removed while opposition said they were still content with him.

Police extends their brutality to Sekata

Wednesday, October 25, 2017—Mr Teboho Sekata says Supt Paseka Mokete of the notorious Lesotho Headquarters Polices have summoned him by phone to go appear before his office tomorrow morning at 08hrs.

Sekata says he has not been told the reasons for his sudden invitation to the headquarters. he says the call on his mobile telling him to report himself at 14hrs, found him in South Afrika on a business trip.

The gentleman is the senior spokesman of the second largest opposition party, Lesotho Congress for Democracy, whose leader Mothejoa Metsing and his deputy Tseliso Mkhosi are now living as political exiles in South Africa, after escaping assassination. MP.

 

 

Qoo ke eena feela letona le hanneng menyetla ea maeto a ’muso

Monghali Serialong Qoo, o hlahella e le eena feela letona la Lesotho le kileng la hana maeto a tsoelang kantle ho naha, e le hobane a re a tla mo setisa ho etsa mosebetsi oa hae oa letsatsi le letsatsi oa ho alosa lekala lee a neng a le abetsoe.

Nakong e khutšoanyane ea botona ba hae, Mokhethoa oa Malingoaneng o re o ne a hane maeto a fetang bohlano a tsoelang China, Afrika Boroa, Borithane le Portugal a mpa a ea Senekal feela.

O re bakeng sa ho nka maeto ao, o ne a roma liofisiri tsa lekala tse nang le litsebo tse phethahetseng ho ea liphuthehong tseo le ho nka liqeto tse hlokahalang, li khutle li tlo mo tlalehela. O re tse neng li nkele Portugal li khutlele li khoaelletse Lesotho menyetla ea ho ahoa ha feme e tlang ho etsa lipompota tsa maemo tse tlang ho rekisoa le kantle ho naha.

Khang ea Monghali Qoo ke hore matona a lulang a tsamaile, a tšoara bothata ha a fihla a fumana lintho li se li se malulong, li fetotsoe ke ba neng ba setse le lekala, etsoe, ha ba se ba hlokometse hore o thabela maeto, bahlanka ba tla hle ba u hlophisetse a mangata e le hore ba tle ba nolofalloe ke ho sala ba iketsetsa borata.

Taba ena e ile ea hlahella Probonong ea Labobeli lena, moo ho neng ho tšohloa litaba tsa marang rang a lefofo; o ne a hanyetsa litaba tsa lefofo tse reng o ithoetse meli hloohong, o tsietsing ea hore tšesinyo ea ho hloka tšepo ho tonakholo le ’muso, e kanna ea nyopa.

O betselitse maikutlo ao hole le eena ka le reng e tla atleha, etsoe ba sena thahasello ea ho fetola motsamaisi oa lipuisano le motlatsi oa hae, ka ha, ha e ba ba ne ba e-na le morero oa ho ba tlosa, e ne e sena ho ba ntho e boima.

Hona lenaneong leo, e mong Monghali Mpho Serobanyane, o latotse bosehla phatlalatsoe ea marangrang e reng o bohloko ka ho isoa machabeng ha e mong Danone, ka le reng eena le ba bang ba sebelelitseng kobotata ba se ba sa shejoe.

Empa, o ile a khaoha nakong ea ha a ne a araba litaba tse ling hape, tse reng o ile a ngola kamor’a ho tšoaroa ha Mohlomphehi Mohlophisi e Moholo, a re o hana ho tšoareloa litlhohlelletso tsee a li entseng.

 

So cheating has so many facets to it

These factors seriously up your partner’s chances of cheating…

1. The workplace

Providing people with constant contact, common interests, an income to camouflage the costs of socialising outside the office and an ironclad excuse – the workplace is the ideal place for affairs to fester. A study in the Journal of Family Psychology revealed that those who worked, but whose spouses didn’t, were the most likely to be unfaithful. Opportunity at the office is most ominous when it mixes with uneven power on the home front (think Jesse James and Sandra Bullock). “But no one profession has a lock on infidelity,” says psychologist Dr Kristina Coop Gordon.

READ MORE: Watch This Guy Explain To His Ex Why He Cheated On Her

2. Travel frequency

“You’re away from your partner, in situations where you’re encountering plenty of people,” says Gordon. “It certainly facilitates one-night stands.”

3. Level of education

As this increases, so does your likelihood of cheating – it may be a marker for more liberal attitudes towards sex. Ditto a history of divorce, or divorced parents, especially if either had an affair. Women with a higher education than their husbands have more affairs, perhaps because they’re less dependent on a spouse.

READ MORE: ‘I Cheated – Should I Tell My Partner?’

4. Personality differences

Spouses who are comfortable with conflict are less likely to have affairs. Openness, which makes you more satisfied with your relationship and better able to express feelings, is also a characteristic of non-cheaters. Some researchers believe that openness is essential to commitment and enduring satisfaction in a relationship.

5. Low levels of agreeableness

If you’re agreeable, it means you’re compassionate and cooperative. Low levels bode poorly for monogamy. More important, however, is whether couples are matched on that trait. People who see themselves as more agreeable than their mate believe themselves to be more giving, feel exploited by their partner and seek reciprocity in outside relationships.

6. Self-control

Exposure to alcohol, an exhausting day of travelling or challenging work all raise the risk of infidelity. They disable sexual restraint, researchers found. Plus, “some people don’t feel desired in their marriage, and they want to see if they can be desirable outside of it,” says McCarthy.

Will this common habit really cause problems in your relationship? Plus: Your biggest relationship struggle, according to your star sign.

These factors seriously up your partner’s chances of cheating…

1. The workplace

Providing people with constant contact, common interests, an income to camouflage the costs of socialising outside the office and an ironclad excuse – the workplace is the ideal place for affairs to fester. A study in the Journal of Family Psychology revealed that those who worked, but whose spouses didn’t, were the most likely to be unfaithful. Opportunity at the office is most ominous when it mixes with uneven power on the home front (think Jesse James and Sandra Bullock). “But no one profession has a lock on infidelity,” says psychologist Dr Kristina Coop Gordon.

READ MORE: Watch This Guy Explain To His Ex Why He Cheated On Her

2. Travel frequency

“You’re away from your partner, in situations where you’re encountering plenty of people,” says Gordon. “It certainly facilitates one-night stands.”

3. Level of education

As this increases, so does your likelihood of cheating – it may be a marker for more liberal attitudes towards sex. Ditto a history of divorce, or divorced parents, especially if either had an affair. Women with a higher education than their husbands have more affairs, perhaps because they’re less dependent on a spouse.

READ MORE: ‘I Cheated – Should I Tell My Partner?’

4. Personality differences

Spouses who are comfortable with conflict are less likely to have affairs. Openness, which makes you more satisfied with your relationship and better able to express feelings, is also a characteristic of non-cheaters. Some researchers believe that openness is essential to commitment and enduring satisfaction in a relationship.

5. Low levels of agreeableness

If you’re agreeable, it means you’re compassionate and cooperative. Low levels bode poorly for monogamy. More important, however, is whether couples are matched on that trait. People who see themselves as more agreeable than their mate believe themselves to be more giving, feel exploited by their partner and seek reciprocity in outside relationships.

6. Self-control

Exposure to alcohol, an exhausting day of travelling or challenging work all raise the risk of infidelity. They disable sexual restraint, researchers found. Plus, “some people don’t feel desired in their marriage, and they want to see if they can be desirable outside of it,” says McCarthy.

Will this common habit really cause problems in your relationship? Plus: Your biggest relationship struggle, according to your star sign.

SADC WONT BE SENDING TROOPS AFTER ALL

The much waited SADC standby force meant to entrench Thabane in government won’t be coming anytime soon.

This has become apparent after prime minister Thabane’s envoy to Gaborone to convey his frustrations on how the date keeps moving led to a decision by SADC to deploy a forth fact finding mission of regional army generals to Lesotho.

Thabane was angered by the decision despite the explanation that he had himself to blame because what he reports is worlds apart with what is happening on the ground in country.

Thabanes lies seem to be catching up with him as his colleagues in the August body can no longer rely on his word alone. ‘Thabane lost his honor longtime ago’ said a senior member of the delegation meant to inspect Lesotho.

With the forth mission aborted, the dream of having the standby force coming seem too bleak.

Under the international law, SADC is duty bound to ensure that there is a dire need for deployment especially when such a deployment does not enjoy the sanction of the UN Security Council is the sole body mandated for such assignments.

‘Thabane wanted to use SADC to achieve his own selfish local goals. The people of Lesotho don’t need this kind of intervention’ added one leader from the region.