NUL INNOVATION HUB'S PHUTHALICHABA STARTS OPERATIONS AT THE END OF THIS MONTH

 

PhuthaLichaba, A Financial Cooperative under the National University of Lesotho (NUL) Innovation Hub is set to start taking savings from its members. This happens as the young cooperative has netted a membership of 65 in just over a month. It is one of the fastest growing cooperatives which is set to change the status quo in Lesotho's financial landscape!

Anyone can become a member of the most ambitious financial institution Lesotho will ever see. Here is how:

A. INTRODUCTION

NUL INNOVATION HUB LADIES REFRESH LESOTHO’S TEXTILE INDUSTRY

 

Sebabatso Sentšo and Senate Mpaki at the National University of Lesotho (NUL) Innovation Hub are bringing a new look to Lesotho’s textile industry. Several things will separate their business to similar ones in the local markets.

“We are focusing on mass production and localisation of our products,” they say. “And we have seen an opening in the market. That is why we are developing cushions, potholders, dishwasher clothes (lifatuku), swabs, napkins, curtains, table runners, table clothes, pencil cases and so on, in our catalogue.”

NTHO TSANE KE TSENA: THREE DIFFERENT HAND SANITIZERS MADE BY NUL SCIENTISTS FOR CORONAVIRUS FIGHT



Three of them are very effective. They just vary in texture and cost. Some even have a nice smell from essential oils taken from the locally and abundantly available tree known as eucalyptus (boleikomo).

After several confirmations, they will be ready to be produced at the NUL Innovation Hub.

NUL SCIENTISTS ARE DEVELOPING A HAND SANITIZER BASED ON LOCAL PLANTS TO FILL A DEMAND CREATED BY CORONAVIRUS

 

So the local shops have run out of hand sanitizers? Scientists at the National University of Lesotho (NUL) are listening.

Led by the Professor of Chemistry, Professor Mosotho George, NUL Scientists from the following Departments: Tsa Mahlale TV Show, Department of Chemistry and Chemical Technology and NUL Innovation Hub are holed up in laboratories to make a hand sanitizer based on abundant local plants and a variety of carefully selected chemicals.

The idea is to get the sanitizer produced by the NUL Innovation Hub and sold as soon as possible.

NUL INNOVATION HUB'S PHUTHALICHABA STARTS OPERATIONS AT THE END OF THIS MONTH

 

PhuthaLichaba, A Financial Cooperative under the National University of Lesotho (NUL) Innovation Hub is set to start taking savings from its members. This happens as the young cooperative has netted a membership of 65 in just over a month. It is one of the fastest growing cooperatives which is set to change the status quo in Lesotho's financial landscape!

Anyone can become a member of the most ambitious financial institution Lesotho will ever see. Here is how:

A. INTRODUCTION

NUL’S STUDENT AND HER TEAM WIN ENERGY AWARD FOR OUTSTANDING PROJECT DESIGN IN AUSTRIA



It’s a winning season for the National University of Lesotho (NUL)! This time it is the NUL Masters of Sustainable Energy student, Ntšebo Sephelane, who, along with her team, have just won the Austria’s Management Centre Innsbruck (MCI) Winter Program Award for the outstanding project idea in Sustainable Energy.

“The project, which took the first position in the competition, is designed to solve problems caused by burning of fossil fuels, generation of food waste and eutrophication,” Ntšebo said.

NUL INNOVATION HUB'S PHUTHALICHABA STARTS OPERATIONS AT THE END OF THIS MONTH

 

PhuthaLichaba, A Financial Cooperative under the National University of Lesotho (NUL) Innovation Hub is set to start taking savings from its members. This happens as the young cooperative has netted a membership of 65 in just over a month. It is one of the fastest growing cooperatives which is set to change the status quo in Lesotho's financial landscape!

Anyone can become a member of the most ambitious financial institution Lesotho will ever see. Here is how:

A. INTRODUCTION