Lesotho— Mothejoa Metsing, former Lesotho deputy prime minister today, met Justice Dikgang Moseneke and his team of mediators to discuss issues pertaining to a peaceful return of Metsing to Lesotho to participate in the kingdom’s reform of the constitution, judiciary, civil service, parliament and defence.
The three hour meeting, took place in government offices of the Republic of South Africa, Pretoria. Metsing was accompanied by Tseliso Mokhosi, his deputy leady in their Lesotho Congress for Democracy, the third largest political party in Lesotho. party spokesman, Teboho Sekata says they are satisfied with the talks.
Metsing skipped Lesotho borders into South Africa last year (2017) fearing for his life and up now, leaves in the neighbouring republic as a political refugee.
Last week Friday, July 27, 2018 was in the capital Maseru for an inaugural meeting with stakeholders in the programme that is supervised by the South African Development Community (SADC) through the South African president as facilitator.
Justice Moseneke is mediating on behalf of President Cyril Ramaphosa who is no more able to do justice to the task due to his busy schedule was snubbed by the leadership of the four party alliance government. He nevertheless, went on to meet the opposition, though he should have kicked off his stakeholder meetings by sitting with government. RK.