Dr Tshosa, 54, is a law lecturer at the University of Botswana (UB) and a senior partner at the Tshosa and Company Attorneys. He holds a Bachelor of Laws (LLB) from UB, Master of Laws (LLM) from the University of Lund in Sweden as well as the Doctor of Laws (Ph. D) from the University of Edinburgh in Scotland. Justice Lebotse also aged 54, is the director of Legal Services at the Botswana Investment and Trade Centre (BITC). Justice Lebotse has worked as a legal advisor for the Botswana Examinations Council (BEC). He holds an LLB obtained from UB and an LLM from the University of London, in the United Kingdom (UK).
Another foreign jurist who has joined the local bench to deal with high profile cases, especially against members of the Lesotho Defence Force (LDF) and the Lesotho Mounted Police Service (LMPS), is Justice Charles Hungwe from Zimbabwe. The soldiers and police in question are charged, among others, with murder and attempted murder. The accused include the retired army commander Lieutenant General Tlali Kamoli who is accused of the murder of the former army boss, Lt Gen Maaparankoe Mahao. Justice Hungwe took an oath of office to work as a judge of the Lesotho High Court last year and has already heard a number of cases. The appointments of Justices Hungwe, Lebotse and Dr Tshosa bring the number of currently operating local judges to 16.