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NOTICE:                           NOTICE:                                NOTICE:

Dear Customer,

Please be informed that there will be water cut off in the following parts of Maseru: Lithabaneng, Leqele, Matala, Abia, Mazenod, Masianokeng, Motimposo, Tšosane, Tšenola, Seoli And Semphetenyane and some parts of the CBD on 18th April and 19th April, 2014. This is due to planned works to attach Metolong connector to the main pipeline that supplies these areas with water. This is in preparation for the supply of water from the Metolong Dam scheduled for later this year. Water supply will be restored as soon as the works have been completed. Customers are therefore advised to store enough water before this time.


WASCO regrets the inconvenience to be caused by this.

New water rates

Dear Customer,

New Water Tariff Structure Announcement

Please be informed that the water tariffs have changed as follows:

Band Old Rates New Rates
A 0-5 Kl  M 3.36 M M3.59/Kl
B 6-10 Kl M 5.68 M6.07/Kl
C 10-15 KI M 9.98 M10.67/Kl
D > 15 Kl M 13.76 M14.71/Kl

For other changes please see Tariffs.


Dear Customer,

WASCO wishes to inform you that due to the prevalent weather conditions where we have not had rains for a couple of months, the availability of water in our raw water sources in all our operation centres is not adequate to meet the demand. As such customers are advised to use water efficiently during this time.

It is the responsibility of us all to ensure that we use water sparingly and save our precious resource.
Please bear in mind that when we save water we are also saving precious money.

Metsi ke bophelo • Water is life poster

Every drop counts

“Every drop counts”, so reads a new WASCO Leadership Brand logo. It is a symbol which signifies commitment to the ethos of service excellence, accountability and competence building to WASCO customers and stakeholders. This logo was launched and the pledge signed by all those who attended the occasion to celebrate the new WASCO Leadership Brand on April 27 at Lesotho Sun.

Be water-wise, water saving tips

Water is a valuable resource yet millions of litres are wasted daily by us all. Water conservation is therefore everyone's responsibility and is as important during heavy rainfall seasons as much as in the dry season. WASCO encourages customers to wise-up to water and make simple changes in their daily lives to save this valuable resource


News Updates

22 January 2014

A land slide halts Water Supply in Maseru - The Chief Executive of WASCO, Mr. Mathealira Lerotholi accompanied by the directors of Operations and Finance, Manager Distribution and Maintenance led a team of WASCO employees that worked round the clock to ensure that water supply was returned to normalcy in Maseru..

12 December 2013

WASCO Marks World AIDS DAY - Water and Sewerage Company (WASCO) commemorated World AIDS Day on 29th November, 2013 with the purpose of uniting employees in the fight against HIV, also to create an opportunity for them to improve their knowledge of the pandemic.

03 December 2013

Greater Maseru Water Supply and Sanitation Feasibility Study - Request for EOI - The Request for Expression of Interest is intended for pre-qualification of consulting firms (or associations), with proven capacity for executing the feasibility study for the greater Maseru Water Supply and Sanitation.

20 August 2013

WASCO Donates the First Communication Devices in the Country - Thuso E Tla Tsoa Kae Handicapped Centre in August 2013, benefitted from WASCO’s Social Responsibility program which saw the centre getting communication devices to improve communication skills of children with various communication disorders.

01 July 2013

Prime Minister Motsoahae Thomas Thabane officiates the Commissioning of Water Sector Projects - Access to clean drinking water for every Mosotho is a priority for the government of Lesotho, as such the commissioning of two big water projects in Berea on 26th June was an important day for the Government and the people of Lesotho.

01 July 2013

Water for Women Foundation tour Maseru Water Treatment Plant - Water for Women Foundation was established to raise awareness about the plight of women and children in rural areas who walk long distances...

22 May 2013

Fredskorpset Exchange Programme Benefits WASCO - After getting into the regulatory arena, WASCO will now more than before benefit from the Fredskorpset exchange programme by soliciting expertise from partner water utilities on some of the challenging regulatory areas.

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