INTRODUCING SKIN PRODUCTS BY NUL TRAINED TEACHER

Hers are just three products which she manufactures with a stamina of athletes and a patience of saints! They are pimple healing spray, lip-gloss and lip-balm. Taking after her own name, she calls them SOR products.

Her name is Selloane Odi Raleting, the National University of Lesotho (NUL) trained teacher and a self-proclaimed entrepreneurship enthusiast!

First, listen to her motto,” I hustle like a man, because I was told not to depend on one.”

NUL SMART ELECTRICITY METER WILL SAVE YOUR MONEY

Another week, another Solution from the National University of Lesotho (NUL)! This time it is from Leloko Lepolesa, a fifth year B.Eng Electronics student supervised by Mr Seforo Mohlalisi, and his smart electricity meter that tracks your electricity usage every second!

It is designed to save your hard-earned money. You will like it!

Here is how the system performs its tricks! It tracks the use of electricity in your homes and your organizations and it plots the usage for you on a graph as it happens or in real-time (as the elites will put it).

WHY NUL’S RAMOSITLI TOOK AN MMB KICKSTART PRIZE

No doubt it was always going to be a fierce competition! More than 750 of Lesotho’s young bright minds wrestled for MMB Kickstart Competition funding and guess who made it to the finishing line; the National University of Lesotho (NUL) Chemistry and Biology graduate ‘Mathekiso Ramositli with her “Heavenly Touch” Soap. She was the only lady among the 6 who won!

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 Mugomeri, Eltony; Chatanga, Peter; Raditladi, Tirelo; Makara, ‘Mopane & Tarirai, Clemence (National University of Lesotho)

THE MOFOLO EFFECT AND SUBSTANCE OF LESOTHO LITERATURE IN ENGLISH

Tydskr. letterkd. vol.53 n.2 Pretoria 2016

Piniel Viriri Shava (a) ; Lesole Kolobe (b)

(a) Senior lecturer in the Department of English at the National University of Lesotho, specializing in the literature of Lesotho. Email: shavapanashe13@gmail.com

(b) Attached to the Lesotho College of Education. Email: kolb@webmail.co.za

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NUL’S LITTLE ELECTRONIC BRAINS THAT WILL CHANGE LESOTHO

It is a revolution; Thabo Ndaba, an Electronic Engineering student at the National University of Lesotho (NUL) is developing electronic brains (PCBs) that will lift Lesotho’s technology to the next levels under the supervision of Mr Seforo Mohlalisi and Mr Thabo Koetje. His Printed Circuit Boards (PCBs) will be used in a number of electronic products and machines under development at the NUL. Take his PCBs, have a closer look at them, and you will enjoy the beauty and complexity of the design. But that is not the point! The point is the potential stored therein.

EVALUATING THE IMPACT AND POTENTIAL OF THE CHEMICAL SCIENCES IN CATALYSING THE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT THROUGH POTENTIAL CHEMICAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP IN LESOTHO

African Journal of Chemical Education, Vol 7, No 1 (2017)

Mosotho J. George, Thembi Setubatuba, Department of Chemistry and Chemical Technology, National Universality of Lesotho

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EXOTIC CLOTHING FACTORY/NEW SHOP BY NUL SCHOOLED PHILOSOPHER

Their fabric designs are exotic, and their Brand— inspired by the ancient Egyptian Civilization—is distinctive! It is the brand brewed with patience of saints by the National University of Lesotho (NUL) schooled philosopher, Teboho Moekoa, and his old-time friend and seasoned artist, Thabang Nts’ohi.

POMP & FUNFARE AS NUL LAUNCHES LESOTHO'S FIRST YOGURT FACTORY

NUL, through its Faculty of Agriculture, today launched a Yoghurt Processing Unit thanks to the support of Metropolitan Lesotho. What began as a laboratory research project, now has a capacity of producing 250 - 300 litres of yoghurt daily soon to hit local and regional market shelves. Officially, NUL is the first yoghurt producer in Lesotho. Let's enjoy SEBABATSO!

QUALITY CHARACTERIZATION OF WHEAT, MAIZE AND SORGHUM STEAM BREADS FROM LESOTHO

Pulane Nkhabutlane (NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF LESOTHO, Dept of Consumer Science ), Gerrie E du Rand,(University of Pretoria, Department of Consumer Science ), Henriëtte L de Kock, Department of Food Science, University of Pretoria Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture Explore this journal, Volume 94, Issue 10, August , 2014