About ALEB

A Union Of Employers

About ALEB

The Association of Lesotho Employers and Business (ALEB) was established in 1961 to facilitate dialogue between the Government, Employers and employees (through their trade unions).

The ALEB is a union of employers. It is registered in terms of Section 173 of the Labour Code Order No.24 of 1992 as an employers organization. The Association is recognized as an official representative of the employers of Lesotho.

It is a non-profit making organization. It is financed by its member’s subscriptions and fees.

Vision

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 environment for sustainable enterprises in the country.

Values

  • Responsiveness:

    Placing the interests of ALEB above those of individual member organization.

  • Integrity:

    Displaying a conduct that is professional, transparent and ethical when dealing with Association’s issues.

  • Teamwork:

    Respecting diversity of the membership while embracing a common purpose.

  • Innovation:

    Consistently creating new approaches to address emerging challenges.

  • Proactivity:

    Consistently taking action to pre-empt problems ahead of their occurrence.

Staff Members

Adv. Lindiwe Sephomolo KC

Chief Executive Officer

lindiwe@aleb.org.ls

Adv. Tseko Banyane

Industrial Relations Officer

tseko@aleb.org.ls

Adv. Lisebo Kotelo

Legal Officer

lisebo@aleb.org.ls

Adv. Hlalele Ts’olo

Director Legal and Industrial Relations

hlalele@aleb.org.ls

Ms. Lihotetso Moshoeshoe

Director Membership Services

services@aleb.org.ls

Mr. Ts’oeu Mothupi

Messenger

Adv. Nkosana Limema

Legal Officer

nkosana@aleb.org.ls

Ms. Melida Mahase

Administrator

alemp@leo.co.ls

Mrs. ‘Malebohang Konyana

Cleaner

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REPRESENTATION ON COMMITTEES AND BOARDS

The Association strives to assist and influence in the formulation and implementation of national socio-economic policies through direct participation and interaction of its representatives with relevant governmental Ministries, departments, agencies and through the following structures, Committees and Boards and Statutory bodies:
  • Technical and Vocational Training Board
  • National Advisory Committee on Labour
  • Wages Advisory Board, National Committee on Occupational Safety and Health
  • Industrial Relations Council
  • Board of the Institute of Labour Studies
  • Board of Lesotho Revenue Authority
  • Inter-Ministerial Task Team