NUL AND FOKOTHI GRADUATES USE LOW-COST TECHNOLOGY TO RUN A TAXI BUSINESS

 

So you are one of those who enjoy the convenience of calling a taxi cab anytime, anywhere? Then, meet the chaps who are applying very low-cost solutions to help you.

The team of Lerotholi Polytechnic (Fokothi) and National University of Lesotho (NUL) graduates made a GPS-free app so you can request a taxi at an extremely low cost.

They produced a low-cost alternative to verify your cell numbers, and they created a low-cost way to ensure their cab drivers and passengers are safe.

Their system is called Duraperf.

NUL GRADUATE, MPHO SESIU, KNOWN AS MAKHALALELO MACHOBANE, INTRODUCES #GIVINGTUESDAY LESOTHO

 

#GivingTuesday is a global giving movement with local impact.

#GivingTuesday is founded by the team in the Belfer Center for innovation and social impact at 92nd Street Y.

#GivingTuesday is a global movement being celebrated in more than 190 countries across the globe, and 100 local community campaigns in the US.

#GivingTuesday inspires people to take collective action to put smile on someone else's face in our communities, giving back in better, smarter ways to the charities and causes we believe in, and help create a better world.

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.