TWO employees of the Lesotho Revenue Services (LRS) who allegedly accepted a M2, 400 bribe at the Maseru Border Gate are expected to appear in the Maseru Magistrate’s Court on January 15, next year, to stand trial.
Dec. 20, 2023
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LRS employees in court for bribery
The Maseru Border Gate
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The two men made an initial court appearance last week and were released on a M1, 000 bail each.
Thabo Matsinyane, 52, and Lebopa Monaheng, 40, were arrested after police and other LRS personnel entrapped them at the Maseru Bridge.
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The accused are alleged to frequently take bribes from small-scale traders who buy goods from South Africa.