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Thebe

South Africa

#1 Nov 7, 2008
Lesotho steel company used to be a steel construction company until Mochebelele bought shares in that company using his father inlaw Mr. Monaheng. It is said that Monaheng paid millions to purchase deliberately inflated share of Lesotho still some years ago while Mochebelele was still in LHDA.
When he left LHDA he joined Nepad by bribing one Dr. Barney Maleke who is one of the Directors of NEPAD. Mochebelele could not join Lesotho Steel to ensure that his corruption was water tied, so he left his father inlaw to represent him.
Mochebelele further went to buy a hotel in on of the islands in the Indian ocean, the name to be disclosed later, apart from the four houses in Natal in Umhlanga rocks.
He further bribed one legal officer to ensure that this case was lost by LHDA in the High Court.
ke tennoe

Maseru, Lesotho

#2 Nov 7, 2008
Thebe wrote:
Lesotho steel company used to be a steel construction company until Mochebelele bought shares in that company using his father inlaw Mr. Monaheng. It is said that Monaheng paid millions to purchase deliberately inflated share of Lesotho still some years ago while Mochebelele was still in LHDA.
When he left LHDA he joined Nepad by bribing one Dr. Barney Maleke who is one of the Directors of NEPAD. Mochebelele could not join Lesotho Steel to ensure that his corruption was water tied, so he left his father inlaw to represent him.
Mochebelele further went to buy a hotel in on of the islands in the Indian ocean, the name to be disclosed later, apart from the four houses in Natal in Umhlanga rocks.
He further bribed one legal officer to ensure that this case was lost by LHDA in the High Court.
uena satane tooe! o rata ho ithehaka mabitso o bue ka mabitso a batho mona foramong. Ntate Monaheng is a senior citizen who worked hard all his life to be where he is.

Funny kea otseba joale tjena na o mang.

You are such a bitter fool who takes advantage of other people's miseries to pursue your bitter jealousy against the mochebeleles.

I conclude ka hore nyoana 'mao hase mochebelele ea itseng ntatao aseke a sebetsa joale o bitter.

“MORENA OA MALIBA”

Since: Mar 08

LIPHAKOENG LE MATLAMENG

#3 Nov 7, 2008
Thebe wrote:
Lesotho steel company used to be a steel construction company until Mochebelele bought shares in that company using his father inlaw Mr. Monaheng. It is said that Monaheng paid millions to purchase deliberately inflated share of Lesotho still some years ago while Mochebelele was still in LHDA.
When he left LHDA he joined Nepad by bribing one Dr. Barney Maleke who is one of the Directors of NEPAD. Mochebelele could not join Lesotho Steel to ensure that his corruption was water tied, so he left his father inlaw to represent him.
Mochebelele further went to buy a hotel in on of the islands in the Indian ocean, the name to be disclosed later, apart from the four houses in Natal in Umhlanga rocks.
He further bribed one legal officer to ensure that this case was lost by LHDA in the High Court.
You know my friend lefatseng mona there is no one who is perfect not me not my mother hell no not even the pope himself. What i am trying to say to you is if we would go around re fatafatana le maphelo a batho we would find ntho tse tsosang such that all of us would go to jail. I am not advocatting that Mr Moch.......did the right thing if the allegations are true but i am saying we are all not perfect and who knows what we may find if we start snooping around you? Haeba Moch....... untsa phonyoha litlamong its his luck it has nothing to do with us.
Tsehlana ea Basia

Maseru, Lesotho

#4 Nov 7, 2008
kukwana wrote:
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You know my friend lefatseng mona there is no one who is perfect not me not my mother hell no not even the pope himself. What i am trying to say to you is if we would go around re fatafatana le maphelo a batho we would find ntho tse tsosang such that all of us would go to jail. I am not advocatting that Mr Moch.......did the right thing if the allegations are true but i am saying we are all not perfect and who knows what we may find if we start snooping around you? Haeba Moch....... untsa phonyoha litlamong its his luck it has nothing to do with us.
Empa hoja la bala pampiri tse bontsitseng hantle hore Mochebelele o fumanoe a le molato ke court of appeal Eena le emong eo ke sa mo tsebeng- e be chelete e tsoa hona comaning eo?
Tsehlana ea Basia

Maseru, Lesotho

#5 Nov 7, 2008
ke tennoe wrote:
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uena satane tooe! o rata ho ithehaka mabitso o bue ka mabitso a batho mona foramong. Ntate Monaheng is a senior citizen who worked hard all his life to be where he is.
Funny kea otseba joale tjena na o mang.
You are such a bitter fool who takes advantage of other people's miseries to pursue your bitter jealousy against the mochebeleles.
I conclude ka hore nyoana 'mao hase mochebelele ea itseng ntatao aseke a sebetsa joale o bitter.
Che le ha eba motho enoa o ea fosa feela lekhotla la maipiletso lona lere Mochebe... o molato!
Conscience

Maseru, Lesotho

#6 Nov 7, 2008
Thebe wrote:
Lesotho steel company used to be a steel construction company until Mochebelele bought shares in that company using his father inlaw Mr. Monaheng. It is said that Monaheng paid millions to purchase deliberately inflated share of Lesotho still some years ago while Mochebelele was still in LHDA.
When he left LHDA he joined Nepad by bribing one Dr. Barney Maleke who is one of the Directors of NEPAD. Mochebelele could not join Lesotho Steel to ensure that his corruption was water tied, so he left his father inlaw to represent him.
Mochebelele further went to buy a hotel in on of the islands in the Indian ocean, the name to be disclosed later, apart from the four houses in Natal in Umhlanga rocks.
He further bribed one legal officer to ensure that this case was lost by LHDA in the High Court.
What do you do to earn your living bastard?
Mahali

South Africa

#7 Nov 7, 2008
No enough evidently because taba ena ea moja Mind your own business,Nothing comes that easy to a person wena motho ke oena even if he took the bribe o ne a etsetsa bana ba hae hore ba tsebe ho ja and oe sebelelitse kathata business ya hae so stop it!!!!!!!!

“MORENA OA MALIBA”

Since: Mar 08

LIPHAKOENG LE MATLAMENG

#8 Nov 7, 2008
Tsehlana ea Basia wrote:
<quoted text>Empa hoja la bala pampiri tse bontsitseng hantle hore Mochebelele o fumanoe a le molato ke court of appeal Eena le emong eo ke sa mo tsebeng- e be chelete e tsoa hona comaning eo?
Fine i understand if you say the courts have found him guilty hailo sesa ka matamong,one thing ekesa rateng kehore Thebe is potraying the man as if u entse ntho ekang batho babang ntse basa e etse,I still say if we would go around snooping into peoples lifes youd find joo!!!!!ere ke thole.
Ke tennoe

Maseru, Lesotho

#9 Nov 7, 2008
Tsehlana ea Basia wrote:
<quoted text>Empa hoja la bala pampiri tse bontsitseng hantle hore Mochebelele o fumanoe a le molato ke court of appeal Eena le emong eo ke sa mo tsebeng- e be chelete e tsoa hona comaning eo?
Empa satane ena ea motho e bua ka a different matter eo Moch...... aso kang a qosoa kapa ho allegoa. This is pure malice on the part ea ngoana eona ea lulang a chencha mabitso
Ke tennoe

Maseru, Lesotho

#10 Nov 7, 2008
Tsehlana ea Basia wrote:
<quoted text>Che le ha eba motho enoa o ea fosa feela lekhotla la maipiletso lona lere Mochebe... o molato!
Lekhotla lere o molato ka chelete e M1m eo ho thoeng o filoe tjotjop eseng taba tsa satane ena. M1m cannot do all these things
Passer

Maseru, Lesotho

#11 Nov 8, 2008
Thebe wrote:
Lesotho steel company used to be a steel construction company until Mochebelele bought shares in that company using his father inlaw Mr. Monaheng. It is said that Monaheng paid millions to purchase deliberately inflated share of Lesotho still some years ago while Mochebelele was still in LHDA.
When he left LHDA he joined Nepad by bribing one Dr. Barney Maleke who is one of the Directors of NEPAD. Mochebelele could not join Lesotho Steel to ensure that his corruption was water tied, so he left his father inlaw to represent him.
Mochebelele further went to buy a hotel in on of the islands in the Indian ocean, the name to be disclosed later, apart from the four houses in Natal in Umhlanga rocks.
He further bribed one legal officer to ensure that this case was lost by LHDA in the High Court.
Che! in my opinion which is open for correction i feel hore mochebelele knows more to the LHDA saga. Moleleki is one person who should stand trial as well, Malie as usual found his way out to imunity and he also has to answer hore na o entseng ka li fine tsa all those firms that were found guilty with Sole. None of the money can be traced to government coffers!!!! In some of my postings i mentioned that Malie is one corrupt individual and even if he has been in government that long his wealth is questionable....

“"Ke mofao ntho ena!"”

Since: Aug 07

Maseru

#12 Nov 8, 2008
Che, lets stick to the facts and/or published allegations and not venture into areas that border on character assassination... Some of the issues that you are raising, especially regarding Malie, I personally find it hard to believe. Given what you said in the following statement - "Malie as usual found his way out to imunity and he also has to answer hore na o entseng ka li fine tsa all those firms that were found guilty with Sole." - This would be a very easy matter to prove, if indeed its true. Surely there are systems in place, that will not pass the eye of the auditor...... anyhow, if you want whats best for Lesotho, take that information forward to the relevant authorities... then we can talk about your allegations.

AS Basotho we have to stick together and build a better economy for all, come up with constructive programmes, report those that we have facts that are corrupt to the relevant bodies and lets not talk bad of one another, even when its unnecessary.

ka kopo hle, ha re tloheleng mashono, a ke ke a re tsoela molemo.

"Lets build a better Lesotho"
Passer

Maseru, Lesotho

#13 Nov 9, 2008
Ramohlape wrote:
Che, lets stick to the facts and/or published allegations and not venture into areas that border on character assassination... Some of the issues that you are raising, especially regarding Malie, I personally find it hard to believe. Given what you said in the following statement - "Malie as usual found his way out to imunity and he also has to answer hore na o entseng ka li fine tsa all those firms that were found guilty with Sole." - This would be a very easy matter to prove, if indeed its true. Surely there are systems in place, that will not pass the eye of the auditor...... anyhow, if you want whats best for Lesotho, take that information forward to the relevant authorities... then we can talk about your allegations.
AS Basotho we have to stick together and build a better economy for all, come up with constructive programmes, report those that we have facts that are corrupt to the relevant bodies and lets not talk bad of one another, even when its unnecessary.
ka kopo hle, ha re tloheleng mashono, a ke ke a re tsoela molemo.
"Lets build a better Lesotho"
Ntate, this country is corrupt and we cannot turn a blind eye on the fact. If only our authorities could stop assassinating this nation by taking what belongs to us as Basotho i.e enriching themselves through corrupt practices then. Malie instigated and was in the front for Sole and his corruptors to be tried and found quilty solely so that he can also enjoy the millions they paid. I personally will not go out of my to bad mouth anybody but usually i speak after gathering enough info.OK...so are you by anychance not Malie's son?
rata nnete

South Africa

#14 Nov 10, 2008
guys, let's think now...R1m betweewn 2 ppl? 500k each(him and his co-accused)? hotels in the indian ocean and 4 houses in Umhlanga? this is a clear case of someone who's benchmark in property is malaine a Motimposo. u need a few 10's of millions for that.
Mochebelele is a hard working mosotho who just pissed off the wrong people.
the charges against him are false.
He has not a single share at Lesotho Steel.
He's only misfortune in life has been being terribly intelligent, not sucking up to anyone and bruising a few egos.
let's take it easy on the allegations and stick to facts, ok?

“"Ke mofao ntho ena!"”

Since: Aug 07

Maseru

#15 Nov 10, 2008
Passer wrote:
<quoted text>
Ntate, this country is corrupt and we cannot turn a blind eye on the fact. If only our authorities could stop assassinating this nation by taking what belongs to us as Basotho i.e enriching themselves through corrupt practices then. Malie instigated and was in the front for Sole and his corruptors to be tried and found quilty solely so that he can also enjoy the millions they paid. I personally will not go out of my to bad mouth anybody but usually i speak after gathering enough info.OK...so are you by anychance not Malie's son?
No, I am not Malie' son and I am not even related to the man. What I have a problem with, is rumors and defamation of characters on a few successful Basotho. I was using Malie's example to try and stop this "Black man, pull down syndrome".

I have been following the threads for a long time now and I see the usual tone, of alleging that successful government office bearers have to be corrupt.... the thing is Malie has been working hard all his life and he has managed to amass some wealth by his own design, so if you had bothered to do some research you would be aware of this fact.

At any rate, this is not about Malie. Its about respecting and loving our country, sticking together as Basotho, reporting corruption where we see it and supporting those that are able to overcome the dire poverty that exists in country.

I find it very strange that people in this forum have a wealth of facts about these "corrupt individuals" and they do not report it to the relevant bodies, that definitely cannot be for the good of the country! It leaves me wondering whats the real motive behind it!

Ke ea tseba hore corruption e teng Lesotho and I would support "exposing it and seeing the culprits punished dearly for their non-constructive deeds". It has happend to Solly and a number of others.... so lets get the rotten ones out the system, but resorting to malicious rumors is not the way, there is channels that could be used to report the thugs.

What bothers me is the in depth knowledge of the people concerned's personal affairs, surely with that kind information, the authorities can successfully prosecute the individuals in question and stop them from abusing lichelete tsa basotho.

I also dont appreciate asking me if "Ke mora Malie?", even if I was, it does not take away the fact that you can report the matter to the authorities... if you have the information that you claim you have! So please, lets not reduce the argument to relations, but rather look at issues objectively.

"Lets clean up our public administration and build our country to prosperity"
Mr-Know-It-All

South Africa

#16 Nov 10, 2008
rata nnete wrote:
guys, let's think now...R1m betweewn 2 ppl? 500k each(him and his co-accused)? hotels in the indian ocean and 4 houses in Umhlanga? this is a clear case of someone who's benchmark in property is malaine a Motimposo. u need a few 10's of millions for that.
Mochebelele is a hard working mosotho who just pissed off the wrong people.
the charges against him are false.
He has not a single share at Lesotho Steel.
He's only misfortune in life has been being terribly intelligent, not sucking up to anyone and bruising a few egos.
let's take it easy on the allegations and stick to facts, ok?
and who are you to tell us about allegations and facts? your loyalty to Mochebelele boggles the mind, here are the facts he "Mr clouded mind" a bribe was offered, someone accepted the bribe, whoever accepted the bribe must now face the music and the law must take its course PERIOD. whether he is a family friend or you are friends with his kids or even whether he is "terrible intelligent" that is irrelevant.
Mr-Know-It-All

South Africa

#17 Nov 10, 2008
rata nnete wrote:
guys, let's think now...R1m betweewn 2 ppl? 500k each(him and his co-accused)? hotels in the indian ocean and 4 houses in Umhlanga? this is a clear case of someone who's benchmark in property is malaine a Motimposo. u need a few 10's of millions for that.
Mochebelele is a hard working mosotho who just pissed off the wrong people.
the charges against him are false.
He has not a single share at Lesotho Steel.
He's only misfortune in life has been being terribly intelligent, not sucking up to anyone and bruising a few egos.
let's take it easy on the allegations and stick to facts, ok?
and who are you to tell us about allegations and facts? your loyalty to Mochebelele boggles the mind, here are the facts he "Mr clouded mind" a bribe was offered, someone accepted the bribe, whoever accepted the bribe must now face the music and the law must take its course PERIOD. whether he is a family friend or you are friends with his kids or even whether he is "terrible intelligent" that is irrelevant.
Passer

Maseru, Lesotho

#18 Nov 10, 2008
Well bro. i personally support anybody who is brave enough to report corrupt practices within the structures of government, however i personnally tried this...and it does not work!!! firstly the DCEO - Directorate of crime and Economic offences employees are appointed on Political orientation, Secondly the CID are shit scarred of the so called "Benghali", Thirdly apparently crime will only be investigated if the matter is brought forward by Police. Now, tell me what intelligence does our police force have??, which report writing skills??, lastly they dont even know which Law to use as the constitution changes hoseng le mantsiboea so you come back home and try to make amendments to all this PIG Style"/Stable...for us to have a clean public administration and build our country to prosperity" Well my apologies for asking if o Mora Malie...Ke mpa ke nkoa ke maikutlo ha ke bua taba tsa naha ena "sorry"
Mr-Know-It-All

South Africa

#19 Nov 10, 2008
Ramohlape wrote:
<quoted text>
No, I am not Malie' son and I am not even related to the man. What I have a problem with, is rumors and defamation of characters on a few successful Basotho. I was using Malie's example to try and stop this "Black man, pull down syndrome".
I have been following the threads for a long time now and I see the usual tone, of alleging that successful government office bearers have to be corrupt.... the thing is Malie has been working hard all his life and he has managed to amass some wealth by his own design, so if you had bothered to do some research you would be aware of this fact.
At any rate, this is not about Malie. Its about respecting and loving our country, sticking together as Basotho, reporting corruption where we see it and supporting those that are able to overcome the dire poverty that exists in country.
I find it very strange that people in this forum have a wealth of facts about these "corrupt individuals" and they do not report it to the relevant bodies, that definitely cannot be for the good of the country! It leaves me wondering whats the real motive behind it!
Ke ea tseba hore corruption e teng Lesotho and I would support "exposing it and seeing the culprits punished dearly for their non-constructive deeds". It has happend to Solly and a number of others.... so lets get the rotten ones out the system, but resorting to malicious rumors is not the way, there is channels that could be used to report the thugs.
What bothers me is the in depth knowledge of the people concerned's personal affairs, surely with that kind information, the authorities can successfully prosecute the individuals in question and stop them from abusing lichelete tsa basotho.
I also dont appreciate asking me if "Ke mora Malie?", even if I was, it does not take away the fact that you can report the matter to the authorities... if you have the information that you claim you have! So please, lets not reduce the argument to relations, but rather look at issues objectively.
"Lets clean up our public administration and build our country to prosperity"
what "black man pull down syndrom"?????? monna enoa u fumanoe a le molato, ho re e tle e be motho o molato le batla e be lona ba mofumanang a le molato? ha le li-Judge lona, so the case is only fair if its not against the people you like?, a nya koana, hypocrites. every dog has its day....kapa le nahana hore ha re tsebe hore Malie chelete e ea Basotho o ntse a e fa mora oa hae hore a reke li-truck Gauteng mo? li tla hlaela taba tsa lona.
Passer

Maseru, Lesotho

#20 Nov 10, 2008
Ramohlape wrote:
<quoted text>
No, I am not Malie' son and I am not even related to the man. What I have a problem with, is rumors and defamation of characters on a few successful Basotho. I was using Malie's example to try and stop this "Black man, pull down syndrome".
I have been following the threads for a long time now and I see the usual tone, of alleging that successful government office bearers have to be corrupt.... the thing is Malie has been working hard all his life and he has managed to amass some wealth by his own design, so if you had bothered to do some research you would be aware of this fact.
At any rate, this is not about Malie. Its about respecting and loving our country, sticking together as Basotho, reporting corruption where we see it and supporting those that are able to overcome the dire poverty that exists in country.
I find it very strange that people in this forum have a wealth of facts about these "corrupt individuals" and they do not report it to the relevant bodies, that definitely cannot be for the good of the country! It leaves me wondering whats the real motive behind it!
Ke ea tseba hore corruption e teng Lesotho and I would support "exposing it and seeing the culprits punished dearly for their non-constructive deeds". It has happend to Solly and a number of others.... so lets get the rotten ones out the system, but resorting to malicious rumors is not the way, there is channels that could be used to report the thugs.
What bothers me is the in depth knowledge of the people concerned's personal affairs, surely with that kind information, the authorities can successfully prosecute the individuals in question and stop them from abusing lichelete tsa basotho.
I also dont appreciate asking me if "Ke mora Malie?", even if I was, it does not take away the fact that you can report the matter to the authorities... if you have the information that you claim you have! So please, lets not reduce the argument to relations, but rather look at issues objectively.
"Lets clean up our public administration and build our country to prosperity"
Well bro. i personally support anybody who is brave enough to report corrupt practices within the structures of government, however i personnally tried this...and it does not work!!! firstly the DCEO - Directorate of crime and Economic offences employees are appointed on Political orientation, Secondly the CID are shit scarred of the so called "Benghali", Thirdly apparently crime will only be investigated if the matter is brought forward by Police. Now, tell me what intelligence does our police force have??, which report writing skills??, lastly they dont even know which Law to use as the constitution changes hoseng le mantsiboea so you come back home and try to make amendments to all this PIG Style"/Stable...for us to have a clean public administration and build our country to prosperity" Well my apologies for asking if o Mora Malie...Ke mpa ke nkoa ke maikutlo ha ke bua taba tsa naha ena "sorry"

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