Maseru, June 16---The Ministry of Communications, Science and Technology (MCST) through its Finance department wishes to inform its staff that salaries are likely to delay in this month of June.

Giving a synopsis of this situation, Acting Finance Officer, Mrs.  Mobohlokoa Letele said the delay is attributed to the modern technology known as Integrated Facilities Management Systems (IFMS).

“This is to say that importing payments has been a major challenge posed by the modern technology in recent times, a matter we are currently working on with our colleagues at Treasury department,” she underlined.

She expressed her apologies to staff and the entire nation saying this matter is purely an administrative matter that has nothing to do with the Honourable Minister of Communications, Science and Technology Chief Thesele Maseribane.

On the issue of unpaid telephone bills, she implied there has been progress as payments were processed on June 04, 2020 expressing hope that they will start operating soon.

The department of Finance is entrusted with the role to ensure facilitation of finance matters.

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