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Why Lesotho?

  • Government actively encourages FDI in all parts of the economy; foreign and national investors enjoy the same rights and protections
  • It takes only five days to start a business
  • One Stop Business Facilitation (OSBF); Lesotho rose 53 spots in three years in World Bank’s Ease of Doing Business report
Member Organisation



Name:  Association of Lesotho Employers and Business

Direct corporate members: 120 companies

Membership rates

Labour Law Services: Company registration, license procurement, work and resident permits, conciliation and arbitration, representation in courts of law, health and safety advice, employment contracts, collective agreements, discipline, advice on tax issues and other consultancies as needed.



Name: Lindiwe Sephomolo

Role:  Chief Executive Officer

Contact:  Tel: + 266 588 55175     Email: lindiwe@aleb.org.ls

Background:  Lindiwe Sephomolo joined ALEB in 1998 as Deputy Executive Director, a position she held for 12 years. She then served as Managing Director of L. Sephomolo Chambers before becoming CEO of ALEB.  Sephomolo holds an LLB in Law from the National University of Lesotho and is admitted to practise in the Courts of Lesotho and South Africa.