ETHNOBOTANICAL STUDY AND CONSERVATION STATUS OF LOCAL MEDICINAL PLANTS: TOWARDS A REPOSITORY AND MONOGRAPH OF HERBAL MEDICINES IN LESOTHO

African Journal of Traditional, Complementary and Alternative Medicines, Vol. 13, No. 1, 2016, pp. 143-156

Eltony Mugomeria, Department of Pharmacy, National University of Lesotho, P. O. Roma 180, ROMA, Lesotho

Peter Chatanga, Department of Biology, National University of Lesotho, P. O. Roma 180, ROMA, Lesotho.

Tirelo Raditladia, Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Tshwane University of Technology, Private Bag X680, PRETORIA, South Africa.

MUSIC GIANT OF THE NUL PRODUCES ANOTHER BLAZING ALBUM

It is an album that will leave you hypnotized! That is in the true sense of the word. In it, you will come to grips with some of the greatest voices of our times, weaved into a repertoire by the National University of Lesotho (NUL) lecturer, Mr Mape Mohlomi.

University, they say, should be a place that abounds with possibilities. Therein, you are not modeled by the realities of the world around you. Instead, you model them.

Perhaps at no place does this reality adopt its truest form, than at the National university of Lesotho.

NUL LAUNCHES SHORT COURSES ON SUSTAINABLE ENERGY

The National University of Lesotho (NUL) Department of Physics and Electronics launched a series of short courses on sustainable energy in a glitzy occasion held on Thursday last week.

“The short courses, each one spanning a week in duration, are open to members of the public,” said Dr Moeketsi Mpholo from the Department as he introduced the proposal in the event held at NUL ISAS Auditorium.

“For each course, you will either receive a certificate of attendance or a certificate of competence, depending on your performance,” he said.

A NEW FLAVOR TO SESHOESHOE FABRIC BY NUL GRADUATES

In a major break with tradition, National University of Lesotho (NUL) graduates are bringing a totally different flavor to Seshoeshoe fabric!

Chere Mongangane, a former NUL Electronics student and Lemohang Mpobane who did Urban and Regional Planning are on their way to transforming African branding. That is, even as their company, Bonono Merchants plots a fresh outlook to an old fashion.

“We want to be on the cutting edge of developments in the area of Seshoeshoe.”