(August 9, 1999) Masupha Sole is facing charges of bribery amounting to a stunning M12 million received from some international companies which were involved in the construction of the M10 billion Lesotho Highlands Water Project.
(August 9, 1999) International construction companies bribe top official in large dam project for South Africa. Scandal highlights urgency of implementing OECD Convention against international corruption.
(August 5, 1999) Six of the dozen international companies implicated in the multimillion-rand Lesotho Highlands Water Project bribery case have been linked to other dam-building scandals.
(August 2, 1999) A dozen major international dam-building companies involved in the World Bank-funded Lesotho Highlands Water Project(LHWP) have lavishly bribed at least one top official on the project.
(August 2, 1999) The multimillion-rand bribery and corruption case involving a former boss of the Lesotho Highlands Water Project could test the industrialized world’s resolve to curb the offering of bribes by international business.
(July 29, 1999) The Lesotho government yesterday charged its former top official at the Lesotho Highlands Water Project, Masupha Sole, with taking R12m in bribes from a dozen international companies over 10 years.
(July 15, 1999) On June 4 the World Bank approved a loan for Mohale Dam, the second of five large dams in the Lesotho Highlands Water Project (LHWP).
(February 24, 1998) Today marks the inauguration of the first water supply from Lesotho to South Africa. However, it is not a day to celebrate.