NUL RESEARCH AND INNOVATIONS CELEBRATES 25, 000 LIKES MILESTONE

 

Yes, there is nothing quite like NUL Research and Innovations in Lesotho and in the region. It is dedicated to bringing to your attention, the amazing story of Lesotho's best innovators and nothing else.

Thank you so much for supporting us over the past 4 years!

You guys guys are great!

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THERE MAY BE HARMFULL AIR PARTICLES OVER ROMA, SAYS NUL SCIENTIST

 

The quality of air within the Roma Valley may not be as good as you think, says the quiet and shy Malefatsane Ramphalile, who, like most of his fellow scientists, is the definition of an inquisitive soul. A student of the National University of Lesotho (NUL), he has just finished his study in which he used extremely sensitive scientific equipment to assess air quality within one location at the NUL.

He was supervised by two Chemistry gurus, Dr TebelloMahamo and Professor Heilmichael Alemu.

NUL INNOVATION HUB UNVEILS SORGHUM MUESLI

 

It is, perhaps, the only muesli of its kind in the region. Traditional flavour, healthy, convenient and tasty, it is meant to celebrate Basotho’s love for sorghum (mabele lumela! Ueeena mabele!). And it is arguably the best way to start your day.

The company that produces the muesli is under the National University of Lesotho (NUL) Innovation Hub and its products go by the trade name “Bohlokoa.” It is led by ‘Matokelo Nthejane and Moliehi Mohapinyane under the the supervision of Dr Pulane Nkhabutlane. 
What is this Bohlokoa muesli?

MEET THE NEW MANAGING DIRECTOR OF THE NEW NUL COMPANY, TLOUTLE HOLDINGS

 

Her name is Mrs Yande Sikazwe-Mothae. The action-oriented MD brings extensive business experience that spans three countries: Lesotho, South Africa and Zambia.

Her mandate is to secure NUL's interests in the ever ballooning number of innovative businesses NUL is giving birth to these days. Tloutle Holdings becomes part of, or wholly owns, some of these companies.

All the best 'Me.

 

MOTOHO O MATHEMALOLI O FUMANEHA NUL INNOVATION HUB

 

Fumana motoho o nepotsoeng o nang le tatso ea khalekhale ea motoho. "Haho na motoho o ts'oanang le oona 'Marakeng," ho rialo bareki ba rona. "O boreletsana, o oa lelemela, e bile o bolila ba tlhaho," ba phethela joalo bareki, ebile hlathe e lelekisa tsebe.

Hobaneng u sa iphumanele mopotjoana oa hau u nto momona?

 

Business proposals for the second phase of the NUL Innovation Hub http://bit.ly/30DfFsC

EX-NUL STUDENT WHO MAKES GOOD BAGS

 

She makes bags—she makes good bags. Her bags are classy, unique, and they are deliberately infused with a local taste. “When I make a bag, I make sure that there is often no question where it was made. There must be something that says, "made in Lesotho,” says the passionate National University of Lesotho (NUL) educated Rethabile Matela.

For that she uses a tweak of Seshoeshoe fabric, or something traditional, in most bags. Plus there are few fabrics that are more associated with Lesotho and Basotho than Seshoeshoe fabric.

FORMER NUL STUDENT, DR PULENG MAKHOALIBE, GETS A NASA RELATED JOB

 

JOHANNESBURG - Dr Puleng Makhoalibe is one of 20 women globally, selected to participate in the 2019 Women Leaders for the World (WLW) programme - and has been recognised as a global leader in the fields of creativity and innovation. Hers is an inspirational story that began at the UCT Graduate School of Business (GSB).