TEXT AS CONSTITUTIVE OF SOCIAL REALITY: THE CASE OF THE INAUGURAL SPEECH OF THE 9TH VICE CHANCELLOR OF THE NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF LESOTHO

International Journal of Research in Humanities and Social Studies Volume 3, Issue 2, February 2016, PP 37-43 B. Ekanjume - Ilongo, R. Thuube M, National University of Lesotho, Department of English

NUL IS AWARDED A BIG PRIZE AT BIE-COSMOS EXPO 2017 IN KAZAKHSTAN

The National University of Lesotho (NUL) made headlines again! This time in Kazakhstan! That is where it beat tens of scientific institutions from all over the world to be the sole winner of a prize in the area of “Future Energy.” NUL demonstrated an innovative unconventional solar energy system that clearly caught everyone by surprise, said Mr Anadola T’siu (+266 58851721), the thinker behind the system.

NUL GRADUATE SHARES HER STUDY OF STUTTERERING (LEHOELEA)

Stuttering is a common speech disorder that we rarely talk about. So Maky Bridget Letsie, the National University of Lesotho (NUL) graduate says she has always been fascinated by why people stutter. As a student at the NUL, she wanted to closely understand stutterers so she could educate people to treat them with respect. In her research, she made captivating observations about stuttering which she said is often defined as, “a speech disorder in which the flow of speech is involuntary repetitions and prolongations of sounds, syllables, words and phrases.”

THE CHIEFTAINSHIP IN LESOTHO: TO RETAIN OR TO ABOLISH?

Politeia, Volume 33, Issue 2, Jan 2014, p. 82 - 106 Author Motlamelle A. Kapa, National University of Lesotho ABSTRACT This article presents and analyses the perspectives of a number of politicians and academics in Lesotho concerning the relevance and role of chieftainship as an institution in the political system of the country.

NUL, LIMKOKWING AND THE ARCHITECTURE “WITH A SOUL”

It is an architecture that will define, not only ‘Mamathe Wonderland, but the land and the culture of the Basotho. It is conceived by one Teboho Makhutla, the Limkokwing University of Creative Technology (LUCT) trained interior architect who decided to join the moving train that is the National University of Lesotho (NUL). He envisions for ‘Mamathe Wonderland, a project driven by NUL academics, “an architecture with a soul.”

THE NUL NURSING STUDENT SHOWS LOVE FOR THE MENTALLY ILL

A common misconception is that love is a feeling. Oh no! Real love is more than just a feeling, it is action! As a mental health attaché at Mohlomi Hospital, the young gentleman from the National University of Lesotho (NUL), Sello Joshua Ramokanate (+266 5620 4047), decided to organize for a provision of proper clothing to mental health patients. That is after noting their suffering that really touched his heart. The result was four truckloads of clothing! Thus he became a Good Samaritan in an age where most folks think only about themselves. They live in a “me-first generation.”

RE-ANIMATING THE WORKS OF THOMAS MOFOLO BY ENGAGING WITH THE ORIGINAL SESOTHO TEXTS

Tydskr. letterkd. vol.53 n.2 Pretoria 2016 Chris Dunton: Professor of Literature in English at the National University of Lesotho, specialising in African literature and rhetoric studies. Email: c.dunton@nul.ls Antjie Krog: Award-winning poet, translator and writer of nonfiction, as well as Professor in the Faculty of Arts at the University of the Western Cape. Email: akrog@uwc.ac.za "[T]ranslation is an intentional interaction [...] first and foremost intended to change an existing state of affairs." (Nord 19)

BEHAVIOURAL ANALYTICS - BEYOND RISK-BASED MULITI-FACTOR AUTHENTICATION (MFA)

Authors: 1. Napo Mosola – National University of Lesotho, Department of Mathematics and Computer Science 2. Moses Dlamini – Council of Scientific and Industrial Research, Command, Control and Information Warfare, Cybersecurity Research Group 3. Roy Henha Eyono – University of Cape Town, Department of Computer Science Accepted for publication in the Southern Africa Telecommunications Networks and Applications Conference (SATNAC 2017, Barcelona, Spain).

CHARACTERIZATION OF FATTY ACID PROFILE BY FFFS

CHARACTERIZATION OF FATTY ACID PROFILE BY FFFS Journal of Food Measurement and Characterization, Volume 8, Issue 1, pp 1-8 Moeketsi P. Ntakatsane (1), Xiaoming Liu (2) Peng Zhou (2) Kebitsamang J. Mothibe (3) Gabriel O. Adegoke (1) William O. Odenya (1) (1) Department of Animal Science, Faculty of Agriculture, National University of Lesotho, Lesotho, Southern Africa (2) State Key Laboratory of Food Science and Technology, School of Food Science and Technology Jiangnan University Wuxi China (3) Department of Nutrition, Faculty of Health Science, National University of Lesotho, Lesotho, Southern Africa

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS CONCERNING NUL INNOVATION HUB CALL FOR PROPOSALS

Hello folks we appreciate the questions you have raised concerning the Innovation Hub. Rest assured, we highly value your concerns and feel free to speak your mind, this is what this platform is all about in the first place. We are learning from you! Below is our best shot! Of course we know we can't satisfy you fully, but we will try. 1. Why staff, not students or graduates?

GENETIC PARAMETERS AND RELATIONSHIPS OF FAECAL WORM EGG COUNT WITH OBJECTIVELY MEASURED WOOL TRAITS IN THE TYGERHOEK MERINO FLOCK

Abstract The costs of internal parasite control and treatment are potentially very high in grazing sheep. Faecal worm egg count (FEC) has been suggested as a suitable criterion for selection for resistance to nematode infestation in livestock. Genetic parameter estimates for FEC and its relationship with wool traits were assessed in the current study, using data from Merino sheep from a selection experiment maintained at Tygerhoek Research Farm.

NUL EXPLORES THE USE OF LECHUCHUTHA (TAGETES MINUTA) IN DETERGENTS

Sure you get almost irritated at the mention of Tagetes minuta (lechuchutha), that invasive annoying plant! It turns out the National University of Lesotho (NUL) is finding its use in detergents—to make a rival of pine gel! Listen to the story of Thabiso Letseka and his work on Tagetes minuta guided by Dr Mosotho George.

EDUCATION - PERCEIVED GENDER DIFFERENCES IN PERFORMANCE IN SCIENCE: THE CASE OF LESOTHO SECONDARY SCHOOLS

African Journal of Research in Mathematics, Science and Technology Education Volume 20, Issue 3, Jan 2016, p. 278 - 288 Author Marethabile Khanyane1 , Tsepo Mokuku 2 and Malefu C. Nthathakane3 Affiliations : 1 Lesotho College of Education, 2 National University of Lesotho and 3 National University of Lesotho

INHIBITION OF MILD STEEL CORROTION IN SULPHURIC ACID USING YELLOW GC DYE AND SYNERGISTIC IODIDE ADDITIVE

Int. J. Electrochem. Sci., 3 , 1325 - 1339 E. E. Ebenso1, , Hailemichael Alemu1, S. A. Umoren2and I.B. Obot2 1 Department of Chemistry and Chemical Technology, National University of Lesotho, P.O.Roma 180,Lesotho, Southern Africa. 2 Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Science, University of Uyo, Uyo, Nigeria. *E-mails: eno_ebenso@yahoo.com, eeebenso@nul.ls

TODAY, NUL WILL TEST YOUR PRODUCTS!

Just what you have been waiting for! The National University of Lesotho (NUL) is prepared to test your food and cosmetic products, among other things, thanks to the arrangement by the Department of Chemistry and Chemical Technology. These fellows, Theletsa Mpholle and Mahlomola Hlongoane are literally burning in a desire to start helping ya!