Mervice Brings You Mobile Waterless Carwash Services

In a budding economy where young people still blame their ineffectiveness on the government’s lack of employment opportunities, others are making a difference by...
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THE NUL VISIONARIES DREAM THE ORGANIC CITY IN THE ‘MAMATHE

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...

THE MICRO WIND-TURBINES OF THE NUL

Bigger, is not always better! In fact, in the world of science, it is often the smallest that calls the shots. This is especially true...
water polluted with Congo-red dye

NUL PROFESSORS DEVELOP A HIGH-TECH METHOD TO TREAT POLLUTED WATER

Two National University of Lesotho (NUL) Professors, Professor Himanshu Narayan (Department of Physics and Electronics) and Professor Hailemichael Alemu (Department of Chemistry and Chemical...

THE NUL STUDENT’S APP THAT WILL SOLVE YOUR TRAFFIC WOES

Mr Amohelang Thoabala, a second year Computer Science student at the National University of Lesotho (NUL) is working on a system that will control...
NUL CERAMIC

ANOTHER CERAMIC MARVEL BY NUL SCIENTISTS

The indefatigable scientists at the National University of Lesotho (NUL) have invented a remarkable product! A self-glazing ceramic cladding of its kind! “As far as...
NUL MADE RADIO SYSTEM

THE NUL MADE RADIO SYSTEM THAT TRACKS AIRPLANE MOVEMENTS

The innovative spirit sweeping the National University of Lesotho (NUL) rolls on unabated. Molefi Makuebu and Letapata Shoaepane, recent NUL B. Eng Computer Systems and...
LESOTHO’S FIRST ELECTRIC HEATER

LESOTHO’S FIRST ELECTRIC HEATER

Lesotho may be Africa’s coldest country! However, it will soon be Africa’s warmest as the government of Lesotho electrifies Lesotho’s villages like never before! Even...
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THESE TWO NUL STUDENTS, DRAW LIKE NO OTHER!

From house plans to book covers, fabric painting to drawing, ancient to modern art, black and white to coloured, what these two gentlemen do...

A WEANING PRODUCT THAT WILL SAVE LESOTHO’S MALNOURISHED CHILDREN

The days of soft porridge, lesheleshele, which is some mothers’ first choice for children at weaning stages may soon be over! That is if...
Khotso Moahloli

A Smart Home and Business Automation System

The first smart home and business automation system ever invented and commercialized in Lesotho is ready to hit the markets. Yes you can buy it...
Mr. Itumeleng Potsanyane

LESOTHO’S DIGITAL MIGRATION— AND THE TOWER PARADOX

If Lesotho were to benefit from the envisaged and much hyped digital migration, using satellites rather than terrestrial towers would be the wisest option. Lesotho’s...
Khobatha Setetemela

Introducing a Different and Sophisticated Form of a Radio

As a youngster, the curious and adventurous part of you may have forced you to blast open an old radio just to find who was speaking...
Takatso Kumi and Tefo Koloko

The Legacy of a New Generation

Mr Takatso Kumi and Mr Tefo Koloko, students of Mathematics and Physics, and Environmental Health, along with ten other students at the National University...

Art and Chemistry; a Touch of Distinction!

While chemistry is often wired in art and art in chemistry, the unlikely alliance is rarely seen in public. Combining the two, a group...
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Camouse lets your bare hands become a remote control!

As Mr Melvin Thoabala, a fourth year Computer Science student at the National University of Lesotho (NUL) makes a hand gesture.  He stands a...
Thabiso Motsamai

“Art is classic, classical things shine.”

The memorable words were uttered by none other than the young, talented Mr Thabiso Motsamai, a National University of Lesotho (NUL) student of Sociology...

Waste Paper Technologies turn waste paper into gold

The Roma Agri-Business Training Centre students, Joseph Mokhele and Christina Tau, are making and selling waste paper products. They range from vases, garbage bins,...