New Lesotho PM names cabinet

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New Lesotho PM names cabinet

Lesotho’s new Prime Minister Thomas Thabane has named his new cabinet. The Prime Minister will also assume responsibility for defence, Police and National Security.

The new members include:

Mothetjoa Metsing – deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Local Government and of Chieftainship Affairs

Thesele Maseribane – Minister of Gender, Youth, Sports and Recreation

Prof Maboee Moletsane – Minister of Development Planning

Dr Motloheloa Phooko – Minister of the Public Service

Dr Thahane Timothy Thahane – Minister of Energy, Meteorology and Water Affairs

Dr Leketekete Victor Ketso – Minister of Finance

Mamahele Radebe  - Minister of Tourism, Environment and Culture

Ketso Rantso – Minister of Public Works and Transport

Haae Edward Phoofolo – Minister of Justice, Human Rights, Correctional Service, Law and Constitutional Affairs

Tseliso Mpkhosi – Minister of Communications, Science and Technology

Tlali Khasu – Minister of Agriculture and Food Security

Makabelo Priscilla Mosothoane – Minister of Education and Training

Matebatso Doti – Minister of Social Development

Lebesa Maloi – Minister of Employment and Labour

Molobeli Soulu – Minister in the Prime Minister’s Office

Mophato Moshoete Monyake – Minister in the Prime Minister’s Office



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