July 2018

INTRODUCING A 'SMOOTH YOGURT' MINI FACTORY

When you drink her yogurt, it kinda feels smooth as it gently navigates your tongue and throat. No wonder she calls it Boreleli Yogurt (boreli=smooth). That is none other than Nts’iua Makoae, the National University of Lesotho (NUL) trained dairy enthusiast.

“When people buy my yogurt, I can tell they don’t do me a favour,” she said. “I know, not because they say they like my yogurt. I know because they show they like my yogurt. They show it by coming back to buy more.”

NUL ENERGY RESEARCH CENTRE (ERC) BECOMES A HUB FOR NATIONAL ENERGY-RELATED DOCUMENTS

Energy-related documents of national importance produced by various stakeholders in the country are very hard to get hold of. This state of affairs, unfortunately, creates a vicious cycle of re-inventing the wheel as the left hand is not aware of what the right hand is doing.

The ERC has therefore resolved to play a pivotal role of providing the documents. We believe that once the stakeholders stop hoarding and/or working in silos Lesotho stands a much better chance of making giant progress in the energy sector. 

INSIDE LESOTHO’S FREE PRIMARY EDUCATION BY NUL ECONOMIST

The beginning of the last decade saw the introduction of free primary education (FPE) in Lesotho. As a result, the number of out-of-school children fell by half between 1999 and 2011. “But the question of how much of this drop was caused by FPE, uncontaminated by improving educational tastes, remained largely unknown,” says Dr Ramaele Moshoeshoe, a lecturer in the Department of Economics at the National University of Lesotho (NUL).
 

WATER QUALITY OF HIGH POPULATION DENSITY AREAS BY THE NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF LESOTHO 'S MAIN CAMPUS AND NEIGHBORING MANONYANE COMMUNITY

Sunny Aiyuk, Tsaletseng Siimane, Relebohile Hlabana, Department of Environmental Health, Faculty of Health Sciences, National University of Lesotho

Asian Journal of Science and Technology 8 (07), 5163-5166, 2017

ABSTRACT 

Given the importance of potable and safe water supplies for human consumption and, especially, given the vulnerability of such supplies where there exist high population densities, this study,from September 

NUL STUDENT SIMPLIFIES COMPUTER SYSTEMS FOR BIG ORGANISATIONS

When it comes to the use of computer systems, large organisations struggle to keep pace. “That is why I am creating a system that assists large organisations to link their computer systems and to share data storage efficiently,” says Tankiso Kolobe, a Computer Systems and Networks Engineering student at the National University of Lesotho (NUL). S

INTRODUCING A NEW BOOK BY NUL PSYCHOLOGIST

Here is a brand new book by NUL Psychologist, Dr Ilongo Fritz Ngale. Wait a second and listen to what he has to say about the book. 

"In our fast-paced yet also slow-motion world, in which few ‘live their dreams’ and most ‘dream their lives away’, TACO-TEPO is a wakeup call that all is not lost for the ‘sleepers’, who need to rouse themselves from the paralysing lethargy of leaden minds, in order to mine their authentic treasures, and be sure of the ‘golden harvest.’

NUL INAUGURATES TLOUTLE HOLDINGS BOARD TO MANAGE NUL BUSINESS

The newly-appointed Board of Directors of the National University of Lesotho’s (NUL) Tloutle Holdings 1 (PTY) LTD was inaugurated on Tuesday, 26 June, 2018 at the Institute of Extra Mural Studies.

Tloutle Holdings 1 (PTY) LTD is a registered company that was established by the NUL Council to fill the space of the commercial side of the University by managing the NUL commercial entities in order to ensure they generate revenue and create jobs.

NUL’S ROSS GIRL WINS A UN PRIZE TO BOOST HER APPETIZING ROSEHIP TEA

Limpho Ntoanyane has a business in which she processes her mouth-watering rosehip tea, packages it and sells it. That business has just won her a funding from the United Nations (UN). A former student of the National University of Lesotho (NUL), she fell in love with rosehip from an early age, studied it at the NUL and she is now intent on making a fortune out of it.

This is the story of the cheerful girl from Mafeteng. Her tea is called "Meso" (Morning). 

NUL AND LNDC ARE CREATING LESOTHO’S FIRST KNOWLEDGE-BASED INDUSTRIAL PARK

The National University of Lesotho (NUL) and Lesotho National Development Corporation (LNDC) are doing feasibility studies for a first locally inspired Industrial Park in the Roma Valley. Phase one of NUL-LNDC industrial park will host at least 13 factories to make products conceived and developed by NUL, potentially unleashing thousands of jobs for the future.