April 27, 2022…The Minister of Communications, Science and Technology on Wednesday apologised ‘unreservedly’ to National Assembly members after Lesotho Television failed to broadcast live Parliamentary business on Monday.

In his statement, Honourable Tsóinyana Rapapa indicated that engineers of the Lesotho National Broadcasting Service (LNBS) have reported technological challenge pertaining to Microwave Link, whose job is to ease connectivity between Parliament and studios for a live broadcast.

 He assured Parliamentarians that starting today (Wednesday), his team of engineers have resolved the matter, adding the situation is back to normal.

“On behalf of my team, I apologise wholeheartedly and for the challenge encountered and promise to deliver effectively and efficiently going forward.”

The Ministry of Communications has an obligation and a mission to provide reliable communication services amongst other things. Through research and coordination of innovation, the Ministry also seeks to accelerate Lesotho’s economic growth.

Ends


Recent posts

Card image cap

SIM CARDS REGISTRATION COMMENCE

June 24, 2022…Cabinet Ministers comprising Honourable Motlohi Maliehe and Honourable Tsóinyana Rapapa led the launch of sim cards ...

24 Jun 2022
Card image cap

RADIO LESOTHO, ULTIMATE STUDIOS ...

June 20, 2022…The Minister of Communications, Science and Technology (MCST), Honourable Tsóinyana Rapapa says upgrading of Radio Lesotho ...

20 Jun 2022
Card image cap

ULTIMATE RADIO CELEBRATES 16th ...

June 10, 2022...The Ultimate Radio Station within the Ministry of Communications, Science and Technology (MCST) celebrated 16 years of existence since its ...

13 Jun 2022
Card image cap

MCST MINISTER IN GENEVA, ...

May 30, 2022...The Minister of Communications, Science and Technlogy, Honourable Tsóinyana Rapapa and his delegation are attending World Summit ...

30 May 2022

To be a vibrant information hub, leaders in technology and research moving toward a prosperous, innovative, stable and sustainable democracy and knowledge based society