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: firstname.lastname@example.org
(b) Attached to the Lesotho College of Education. Email: email@example.com
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.
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!
The mouth watering yogurt by the National University of Lesotho (NUL) is called Sebabatso (the admirable one). Funded by Metropolitan Lesotho and patiently brewed at the NUL, it may as well mark the start of Lesotho’s industrialization!
NUL scientists have been flirting with the idea of producing yogurt for years! But two years back, that appetite took a serious turn when Mr Moeketsi Ntakatsane, Mrs T’soanelo Molahloe-Lepheane and Mr Lesolomane Motenalapi from the Faculty of Agriculture made a plot.