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Association of Lesotho Employers and Business
18 Bowker Road
Old Europa
P.O. Box 1509
Maseru100, Lesotho

Tel: (+266) 22315736

Fax: (+266) 22325384
E-mail: info@aleb.org.ls

 
 Welcome to Association of Lesotho Employers and Business (ALEB)


Vision

To be the voice of employers and businesses in Lesotho.
 

Mission

To promote professional services to members according to their needs.

To promote and protect the interests of members and provide them with legal business and commercial services.

To lobby and advocate for the most enabling, conducive and friendly economic and business environment in Lesotho.
 

The Association of Lesotho Employers and Business is recognised as the official representative of the employers of Lesotho by the Ministry of Labour and Employment. The association promotes the establishment of a market related economy in Lesotho good corporate Governance and corporate social responsibility with a view to ensuring the reduction and eradication of poverty and unemployment as well as creation of safety nets for the vulnerable and destitute individuals of the community.

 
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In-house Training

ALEB offers a variety of training courses in order to support their members.

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For information about businesses in Lesotho visit:

http://sadcbiz.com/countries/lesotho/index.htm

 
 Publications
 Supporting Employers

Information for Employers
• Company Registration
• Traders License
Work Permits
Entry Visa
Employment Certificate
Residence Permit

 

 Case Summary

A summary of the most recent major casework that has been dealt with by the ALEB.

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Employers Guide to the Workmens Compensation Act

The Workmen’s Compensation Act No.13 of 1977 is the law relating to injuries and death of workmen for suffered in the course of their duties. The Act states that an Employer should insure his workmen and himself in respect of all liability which he may incur under the provisions of the Act.

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