New Lesotho PM names cabinet
GOVERNMENT| June 17, 2012, 10:05 a.m.
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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