Administrative Law

Sebophe v Compol (C of A (CIV) 06/19) [2019] LSCA 2 (31 May 2019);

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IN THE COURT OF APPEAL OF LESOTHO

 

Held at Maseru                                                                                    

C of A (CIV) NO 06/2019

In the matter between:

 

MAKERESEME SEBOPHE                                                    1ST APPELLANT

MABASOTHO PUTSOANE                                                      2ND APPELLANT

 

and

 

Lesotho Correctional Services Staff Association v Acting Commissioner Lesotho Correctional Services (CIV/APN/215/15) [2018] LSHC 12 (14 June 2018);

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                                                                                    CIV/APN/215/2015

IN THE HIGH COURT OF LESOTHO

 

In the matter between:-

 

LESOTHO CORRECTIONAL SERVICES

STAFF ASSOCIATION                                           Applicant

 

AND

 

ACTING COMMISSIONER OF LESOTHO

CORRECTIONAL SERVICES                     1st Respondent

 

Setsomi v Lesotho Police Staff Association (C of A (CIV) 55 of 2017) [2018] LSCA 20 (07 December 2018);

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IN THE COURT OF APPEAL OF LESOTHO

 

HELD IN MASERU                      

C OF A (CIV) NO. 55/2017

                                                       CIV/APN/216/2017

                                                       CIV/APN/216B/2017

In the matter between:

 

LEBOHANG SETSOMI & 22 OTHER          APPELLANTS

AND

 

Principal Chief of Tsikoane, Peka le Kolobere v Ministry of Local Government & Chieftainship (CIV/APN/94/18) [2018] LSHC 8 (18 May 2018);

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Search Summary: 

Principal chief seeking  review of the decision to suspend and curtail her chieftaincy powers for 15 years- Review only directed at the charges on the bases that they violated the provisions of section 16(5) of the chieftainship Act,1968, and that there had been splitting of charges and duplication of convictions-Held, although precision and particularity in drafting disciplinary charges is not the same as drafting criminal charges, but where the disciplinary committee is endowed with powers to impose a sanction with far-reaching consequences such as the present case, precision and particularity in drafting charges is required-Held further that there had been unnecessary splitting of charges and duplication convictions-Application granted with costs.

IN THE HIGH COURT OF LESOTHO

 

HELD AT MASERU                                                                                     CIV/APN/94/18

 

In the Matter Between:-

 

PRINCIPAL CHIEF OF TSIKOANE, PEKA AND KOLBERG                 APPLICANT

 

AND

 

MINISTRY OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT & CHIEFTAINSHIP               1ST RESPONDENT