The “Khotla” system of justice long practised by Basotho has so many good features over the Western system that it must be brought back, (mayibuye)! That is according to Dr Letzadzo Kometsi, the National University of Lesotho (NUL) Law scholar and "Khotla" enthusiast.
“Scholars in the West are beginning to study and call for implementation of some features of “Khotla,”” he said.
"TEACHERS, TEACH YOUR WAY TO FINANCIAL FREEDOM" IS THE TITLE OF THE NEW BOOK BY NUL GRADUATE, KEFASE HLAJOANE
Buy it here: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07ZR5RXV2
This is what they have to say about it.
"When I was presented with an opportunity that could have helped me to make EXTRA tens of thousands of Maloti (Rands) from my teaching, I declined it. In hindsight, I see that it was because no one had prepared me for it.
Ena ke eona feela company eo e leng ts'epo ea rona.
Enrich Holdings ke company ea Basotho eo u ka bang karolo ea eona ka seabo sa hau.
Ke company e bokeletsang capital ka liabo ho tla bula world-class chain of supermarkets and garages. Next year e rerile ho bula bonyane 10-15 supermarkets.
INT J COMPUT COMMUN, Vol 3, No 2
Professor Angel Vassilev Nikolov, National University of Lesotho
We develop an analytical model of multiprocessor with private caches and shared memory and obtain the following results: the instantaneous state probabilities and the steady-state probabilities of the system. Both transient behaviour and equilibrium can be studied and analyzed. We showed that results can be applied to determine the output parameters for both blocking and non-blocking caches.
Professor Motlatsi Molati, National University of Lesotho (Appl. Math. Inf. Sci. 8, No. 6, 2845-2848)
In this work the Korteweg-de Vries equation which contains an arbitrary function in the nonlinear term is considered and it is referred to as a generalized KdV. This equation has applications in nonlinear solitary wave phenomena in some areas of fluid mechanics, plasma physics and quantum mechanics. The Lie group analysis approach is employed to obtain the possible forms of the arbitrary parameter.
Jua Jammi house, which has just been erected in Morocco, is not only beautiful. It is designed to be good for the environment. And the National University of Lesotho (NUL) Masters of Sustainable Energy student was part of the brains behind its solar designs. “My role was to make sure that the house was producing enough energy from solar such that, on balance, it doesn’t pull electricity from the grid,” said Limpho Kokome, the student who contributed to the design.
He spent a month in Morocco working with a highly talented team of various skills from all over Africa.
CHARACTERISING WETLAND HYDROLOGY AND WATER QUALITY IN STREAMS AND WETLANDS OF KHALONG-LA-LITHUNYA, LESOTHO
M. Mots'ets'e, B.E. Mapeshoane, M. Masopha, M.B. Khoeli, T. Nkheloane, M. Mokhatla, and M. Rasekoele
National University of Lesotho
African Journal of Rural Development, Vol. 2 (1): 2017: pp.117-125
Yes, it’s all about these twin proverbs: “culture of saving” and “access to finance.” So Mr Tebello Tjapela, the National University of Lesotho (NUL) Master’s student of Economics spent months underground, researching about and creating a Credit and Lending Cooperative with the aim of encouraging the culture of saving among NUL students and teachers and supporting the ballooning levels of NUL innovation.
This business will be incubated under the NUL Innovation Hub.
Mamello Amelia Nchake (Dr.)
Faculty of Economics I National University of Lesotho
By Leemisa Thuseho (Informative Newspaper)
(It's about sharing more details folks)
MASERU- With 14 months left before the 2020 African Union Sport Council (AUSC) Region 5 Youth Games kick start, the host Lesotho yesterday held a sod-turning ceremony for the games residence halls and facilities to be built at the National University of Lesotho (NUL).
Her handmade woolen mats are catchy. Watch her patiently weave them, and you will see the depth of passion and skill. For her, it is just a continuation of what has long been part of her life…wool, wool, wool. “Wool has followed me in all my days,” said the National University of Lesotho (NUL) trained entrepreneur, Tselane Sesiu, who is busy in the business of making woolen mats.