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.
The story of 2016 NUL Expo by Rethabile Pitso (as it appeared on Sunday Express)
THE National University of Lesotho (NUL) held its second Science and Technology Innovation Expo at Pioneer Mall on Thursday which was meant to showcase the institution’s various scientific projects and innovations.
According to NUL’s Chemistry Head of Department, Dr Mosotho George, the expo initially showcased products and services from science-based faculties but had since expanded to include other faculties such as Law and Social Sciences.
So you still remember a series of public courses on Renewable Energy offered by the National University of Lesotho (NUL) Department of Physics and Electrons? The first week-long class is over. It is just one of the 10 in the series. More are coming!
Here is what the elated attendes had to say:
- When one attendee was asked, would you recommend the course to others? The answer was emphatic, " Yes, Yes, Yes!"
The student then added, "Keep up the good work, engineers will become economists and they will understand the assessment and evaluatation of projects."
If you are interested in what future drinks of the 21st century will taste like, look no further than the National University of Lesotho (NUL), a hub of new ideas. That is a place where Ts’oana Ntlatlapa and her supervisor; Dr Emmanuel Tanor, have just studied wild fruits of local Scolopia Mundii (qoqolosi) for application in soft drinks.
Few people can resist an urge to taste Lesotho’s latest and tastiest pizza—Spetzos Pizza. It is a homemade pizza, made from Lesotho invented wood-fired oven. It is one of the latest in a string of innovations by the National University of Lesotho (NUL) graduates, in whose ranks is Teboho Nchaba with a BEng Degree in Electronics.
There are reasons to claim Spetzos Pizza as our very own! Simple reasons! Everything from the oven itself to the tasty innovative pizzas is the brainchild of our fellow countryman.
It is exactly one and half years! Since then, NUL Research and Innovations and the local media, especially The Post Newspaper, started documenting in a layman’s language, the amazing work the NUL community is doing.
We have been pleased by the number of people who volunteered to help in this work up to now. However, there is still more work to do and NUL Research and Innovations need the following volunteers from among registered NUL students or willing people from outside:
Are you an African woman who is about to give up on your hair? Take comfort as Hape Marite, the untiring National University of Lesotho (NUL) BA Marketing graduate has found a solution for you! She has spent sleepless nights on research and experimentation to provide a 100% organic solution to your hair problems! Her company is dubbed Black Hair Pty Ltd.
Hape’s fascination with business was years in the making. “I started getting into business when I was 13,” she said. Decades later, she is ever determined to transform the African Hair product landscape with her ingenuity.
They have a dream— and they have an ideal. It is neither Martin Luther King’s “dream” nor is it Nelson Mandela’s ideal which he hoped “to live for and to achieve.”
Invited by the sons and daughters of the soil, the National University of Lesotho (NUL) visionaries are coalescing with a number of native entrepreneurs and the ‘Mamathe community to pursue an unusual dream of the Organic City in the ‘Mamathe.
A dilute Cu(Ni) alloy for synthesis of large-area Bernal stacked bilayer graphene using atmospheric pressure chemical vapour deposition
Journal of Applied Physics, Volume 119, Issue 1, 2016
M. J. Madito1, A. Bello1, J. K. Dangbegnon1, C. J. Oliphant2, W. A. Jordaan2, D. Y. Momodu1, T. M. Masikhwa1, F. Barzegar1, M. Fabiane1,3, and N. Manyala1, a)
1Department of Physics, Institute of Applied Materials, SARCHI Chair in Carbon Technology and Materials, University of Pretoria, Pretoria 0028, South Africa
2National Metrology Institute of South Africa, Private Bag X34, Lynwood Ridge, Pretoria 0040, South Africa
3Department of Physics, National University of Lesotho, P.O. Roma 180, Lesotho
If you think you know anything about Lesotho, find this app and you will realize you don’t! The National University of Lesotho (NUL) graduates, teamed up with UCT graduates to make an app that will help you find essential services and important places in Lesotho, which you didn’t even know they existed—right up to your doorstep!
Suppose you find yourself or your loved one in a dangerous situation and you need urgent help from the police or an ambulance. Life is in danger and every minute counts! The question is do you know the numbers to call?