22 May 2018 Anneke Meerkotter
News Release: Lesotho Court declares offence of criminal defamation invalid...

Maseru, Lesotho – On Monday 21 May 2018, the Lesotho High Court (sitting as a Constitutional Court), in a unanimous…

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21 May 2018 Staff Writer
Lesotho: Challenging the offence of criminal defamation...

SALC supported a case challenging the constitutionality of the offence of criminal defamation. On 6 July 2016, Basildon Peta was…

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02 May 2018 Staff Writer
STATEMENT: SALC COMMEMORATES INTERNATIONAL WORLD PRESS FREEDOM DAY...

On 3 May, every year, the world celebrates the International World Press Freedom Day. The occasion is regarded as an…

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10 Apr 2018 Staff Writer
Lesotho: Challenge to unfair dismissal of pregnant women in Defence Force...

SALC provided support to Advocate Monaheng Rasokoai and FIDA-Lesotho in the case of Mokhele and Others v Commander, Lesotho Defence…

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23 Mar 2018 Annabel Raw
SALC IN THE NEWS: WHY PEOPLE FAILING TO TAKE THEIR TB TREATMENT SHOULD NOT BE JA...

Brian Citro, Michaela Clayton, Colleen Daniels, Allan Maleche, Annabel Raw Bhekisisa, Mail & Guardian It's World TB Day. Here's why…

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07 Mar 2018 Staff Writer
Celebrating Milestones on International Women’s Day 2018...

The United Nations theme for International Women’s Day for 2018 is “Time is Now: Rural and Urban Activists Transforming Women’s…

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28 Feb 2018 Staff Writer
Protection Frameworks for Refugees and Migrants in Southern Africa...

States guarantee basic human rights and ensure physical security for their citizens. However, when people become refugees these protections disappear.…

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19 Feb 2018 Staff Writer
MEDIA ADVISORY: LESOTHO JOURNALIST CHALLENGES OFFENCE OF CRIMINAL DEFAMATION IN ...

Maseru, Lesotho – On Monday 19 February 2018, the Lesotho Constitutional Court will hear arguments on the constitutionality of the…

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