Doing business in Lesotho?

Welcome to the website of Webber Newdigate! Lesotho corporate and commercial attorneys since 1978


As Lesotho’s leading commercial law firm we offer a wide variety of legal services across all sectors. Click here for more details.

Kindly take note that the Law Society of Lesotho has taken a resolution to boycott the Courts from the 16th of April to the 24th of April 2019.  Click here to read the Memo from Law Society- and the Press release- from the Law Society.

For the MINIMUM WAGES-2019-, click here.


Prescribed statutory forms have to be completed to apply for different licences and permits in Lesotho. Furthermore, to be compliant with Lesotho law, sectoral-specific legislation prescribes that certain forms and documents must be lodged with regulators. Click here for our database of statutory forms as well as selected legislation.


Lesotho is a pioneer in regulating cannabis for medicinal purposes and as such the Regulator issued various licenses to local and foreign companies. Webber Newdigate is advising a majority of these license holders on various commercial and regulatory matters.

International Cannabis and Cannabinoid Institute (ICCI) Seminar – Johannesburg

The ICCI is hosting a series of events for medical professionals, Southern Africa Development Community (SADC) regulators and the future medicinal cannabis industry. Folowing a series of requests for support and guidance ICCI will be bringing global experts to Johannesburg to address concerns of policy makers and is opening up time with experts for medical professionals and those hoping to enter the medical cannabis industry in the region.



Cannabis Law Lesotho



[Lesotho Times] HIGH Court judge Tseliso Monapathi will hopefully end the battle for the control of the All Basotho Convention (ABC) when he delivers judgment on 17 December 2019 in a case in which Professor Nqosa Mahao and his allies are challenging their "expulsions" from the party by its leader [...]
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[Lesotho Times] Small Business Development, Cooperatives and Marketing minister, Chalane Phori, finally tabled amendments to his controversial wool and mohair regulations but the opposition immediately rejected them. [...]
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[ANGOP] Luanda -The Supreme Court on Wednesday said it has decided to reduce the sentence of the former Transport Minister, Augusto da Silva Tomas, from 14 years to 8 years and four months in prison. [...]
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[Monitor] President Museveni yesterday faulted Ugandans that have settled in wetlands and other disaster-prone areas and ordered that they vacate to safe areas. [...]
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