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Through innovative programmes, networking activities, educational events, business development services, vocal business advocacy and economic growth opportunities – LCCI is committed to adding value to its members. We have put our focus on assisting our members to be more productive, progressive and prosperous.

Take advantage of our wide range networking opportunities, take part in our public or corporate events to increase your visibility and build your brand awareness, benefit from discounted and free benefits and programmes, engage with key decision and policy makers.

Advocacy

The Chamber is the ‘Voice of Business’ and therefore plays a critical role in the development and implementation of policies that affect the business community, [Read More…]

Doing Business in Lesotho

According to the World Bank’s ‘Doing Business’ report 2017, Lesotho is ranked 39th position out of 190 economies on ‘Ease of Trading Across Boarders’ indicator… [Read more…]

Entrepreneurship and Innovation

The Chamber is committed to promoting SMME, and NEW entrepreneurs’ growth and development through various initiatives and programmes… [Read More…]

Latest News

LCCI attended a Directorate on Corruption and Economic Offence’s (DCEO) revival of anti-corruption structures’ campaign. This project is supported by the African Development Bank under the Public Finance Management Reform. We are pleased to inform our members that the event was a success and a member of the Chamber, Mr Paseka Ramokoatsi, has been elected as the Chairperson of ‘Business Action Against Corruption’ committee. [Read more…]

 

The 15-year cycle of anti-poverty Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) has come to an end. The United Nations, has however adopted much more ambitious 17 set of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to eliminate the protruding social ills by 2030. The goals were officially ushered in on 1st January 2016. LCCI, attended the official inauguration of the SDGs in Lesotho on the 15th February 2016. The Goals aim at ending poverty and hunger by 2030, fighting inequality and tackling the issue of climate change. The agenda emphasizes that no one should be left behind. Let us all take part in this great initiative. [Read More…]

LCCI Response to LEC Tariff Adjustment Application 2017/18

By: Ntsie Maphathe - LCCI Energy Sector

Proposals on Bulk Purchases cost cutting strategies:

  • Termination of EDM/LEC PPA is strongly recommended to avoid the unsustainable cost unit burden of M1.34 on LEC which in turn is passed through to consumers;
  • Currently Eskom has excess capacity of around 5,000MW at M0.94 per unit recently made available to the region;
  • LEC to negotiate better PPA contract with Eskom on required import capacity in substitution of EDM supply; [Read More…]

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