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RNB Properties Ltd becomes the first company to list shares on the Maseru Securities Market (MSM)
Speech by the Governor of the Central Cank of Lesotho, Dr. Retselisitsoe Matlanyane during the celebration of listing RNB properties on Monday 06th December, 2021
CBL donates 40 tablets to children with disability
It is a great pleasure and honour to be here for such a happy occasion where we handover tablets to St. Catherine High School and Mt. Royal High School respectively.
Stakeholder Sensitization Seminar 2019
The Central Bank of Lesotho (CBL), in collaboration with the Bureau of Statistics (BOS), organized a sensitization workshop for entities that provide data and use economic reports for their various planning and decision making processes on 28th August, 2019. This was done as an attempt to create a close collaboration and a rapport with the same institutions in order to improve data compilation and dissemination for macroeconomic management.
The Lesotho Money Month Campaign Launched
The Lesotho Money Month event was officially launched by the second Deputy Governor of the Central Bank of Lesotho, Ms. Mathabo G. Makenete on 1st October, 2018.
53RD COSSE MEETING, THURSDAY 22ND MARCH, 2018
The Acting Governor of the Central Bank of Lesotho, Dr. Masilo Makhetha, officially opened the 53rd Committee of SADC Stock Exchanges (CoSSE) which was held at the Mpilo Boutique Hotel on Thursday 22nd March, 2018.
Official Launch of the Money Month Event 2017
The Deputy Governor of the Central Bank of Lesotho, Ms. ‘Mathabo Makenete, officially launched the Lesotho Money Month Campaign 2017 on Monday 02nd October, 2017.
In her remarks, the Deputy Governor said that it was a tradition in the financial sector in Lesotho, that every year, the sector dedicated a week to educate the population about the personal financial issues, through Money Week Campaign.
Finally, she urged members of the public to learn about the reforms that were being implemented by the financial sector as well as other products and services which have been created in the market, to ensure efficiency and effectiveness within the financial sector in Lesotho. Most importantly, she pointed out that they should learn about the available saving, investment and income generating or business opportunities.