Lesotho’s prime minister has resigned after months of pressure over murder allegations.
Thomas Thabane’s coalition fell apart in Parliament last Monday and he was asked to step down by the end of this week to make way for a new government.
Thabane is suspected of conspiring to murder his former wife.
His current wife has been formally charged with murder.
They both deny any involvement in her death.
Al Jazeera’s Haru Mutasa reports from Harare in Zimbabwe.