They have been in the business of testing over the past 2 years and they have tested tens of products at the National University of Lesotho (NUL).

They have now purchased new additional equipment that is ready to determine presence and amounts of the various elements, chemical…

In class, Mphutlane Mositi picks a live frog he has reared and cuts through it with a sharp razer blade to expose a beating heart. In the process, he teaches his students how a real heart operates even as the heart expands and relaxes, pumping blood. It is just one of his live experiments that…

Sechaba Makhetha, the National University of Lesotho (NUL) trained entrepreneur is the mastermind behind the famous Phola products. It is the local brand invading soft drink markets.

He has four products in the market as we speak. His thirst-quenching ice-guava is the newest. His…

The National University of Lesotho (NUL) Research and Innovations Committee has been tasked with overseeing the NUL Innovation Hub activities among other duties. The call is hereby made to all NUL staff members, NUL Students and NUL Graduates with existing innovative businesses that can be…

Scientists at the National University of Lesotho (NUL) are working with Italian partners to develop tiles based on stones like the ones shown on the picture. This is the process.

1. Sandstones of Lesotho's molteno formation (the stones called maseru, after which Lesotho's capital…

Lesotho’s babies must be celebrating! Their food, which is ready for the market is called “khuisa” a Sesotho word for weaning. The baby food has been four years in the making by Mr Kebitsamang Mothibe and his team at the National University of Lesotho (NUL). “It is meant to address the problem…

Her perfumes are some of the newest creations in Lesotho’s untapped cosmetics market. The National University of Lesotho (NUL) educated Selloane Ody Raleting (SOR)’s business creates perfumes simply known in the market as SOR products. It is her unique brand. “People like my products,” she said…

When all is said and done, “the proposed park for the Roma Valley will be more than just an industrial park,” said Associate Professor Resetselemang Leduka who teaches Urban and Regional Planning at the National University of Lesotho (NUL). He leads the Town Planning component of the project. “…

The Artificial Intelligence (AI) machine is being created by Mahao Molise, the National University of Lesotho (NUL) student. It seeks to replace skilled radiologists with highly trained computers that detect cancer cells with a better degree of accuracy.

When you train machines to…

‘Miloane Mokhobo, the graduate of the National University of Lesotho (NUL), has come up with some innovative ways to meet a mammoth challenge. He has a contract to create 1 million rosehip seedlings for a local company that exports lucrative rosehip products overseas. He has just produced 10,000…

The company by Hape Marite, the graduate of the National University of Lesotho (NUL), manufactures and sells Black Hair products for the natural hair of the African Woman.

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The automated gate was going to cost the university a gigantic M3, 000,000 if outside companies were contracted ! But the National University of Lesotho (NUL) engineers delivered it for M 100,000! No kidding! If you are a student or staff at the NUL, the gate system uses barcodes and RFID on…

What a day it was! After years of thinking, designing, experimenting, testing and evaluating, the National University of Lesotho (NUL) launched the much-awaited NUL Innovation Hub. Three buildings were opened by His Majesty and Chancellor, King Letsie III, on the day. These were not the…

Mosisili Sebotsa (National University of Lesotho)

(Apply here for the Second Phase of the NUL Innovation Hub space and funding …

This National University of Lesotho (NUL) made pot, branded “Pitsa,” looks simple but it is not your normal pot! Because of its numerous uses, it may as well be the pot that marks the start of Lesotho’s industrialisation. “A list of things capable of being professionally made from this pot is…

Ms Papali Maqalika-Mokobori, a lecturer at the National University of Lesotho (NUL) Department of Consumer Sciences is doing what others dare only whisper in corridors. She is taking steps to localising Lesotho’s massive textile industry. She and her students are already practising concepts of…

Bad news for thieves and those who are lazy at work! The system initiated at the National University of Lesotho (NUL) which tracks thieves in your yard or house on live video streamed to your cell-phone, is now ready for purchase. It can pick up the thieves’ voices, shock them with alarms and…

It is the first bed of its kind in Lesotho, fully made of waste paper—a mix of cardboards and newspapers—no wood at all! But it rivals your everyday wooden beds in strength, texture and looks. It is now being incubated as part of the NUL Innovation Hub and it will soon be produced at large scale…

Her company is about the only one that sells traditional Sesotho foods in Lesotho—mocha-hlama, nyaka-fatane, nyekoe, sekele, likahare, motoho, potele, seketsa—you name them. It could be the only one in the world too. That’s why foreigners who visit Lesotho could not be so pleased. They get a…

They take what would otherwise be dull and boring stones, crush them, and reconstitute them into abnormally hard and glistering tiles and countertops that have intrigued the nation!

As members of the National University of Lesotho (NUL)’s Engineered Stone research team which…