Moeketsi Kojoana

Exclusive interview with Founder of LES Apparel Moeketsi Kojoana

Climbing the ladder in the world of design and local apparel production is a gauntlet. Each step brings ferocious competition from other businesses. LES...
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Planning is key, but for better chances of success, try something...

I’ve often watched people around my area who would fear attempting to do anything that is beyond what they presently know. People always want...
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Kasi Corner Talks: Episode 3, Interview with Advocate Sents’o Kelumetse

  The strive to achieve a WISE society, one which is wealthy, integrated, sustainable and empowered not only in Lesotho but throughout Africa will be...
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Open up to life’s surprises and don’t clothe your fears with...

There’s no difference between a pessimist who says, “Oh, it’s hopeless, so don’t bother doing anything,” and a pessimist who says, “Don’t bother doing...

THUD Maseru M100,000 Pitch Competition

Take and upload a ONE minute video on Facebook using #Expo2018 and tag THUD Maseru. On the video, tell us about your business or...
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Take the first step and focus on what you can control

So many people feel like life is predetermined and there’s nothing much we can do to change it. Yet some strongly feel like it...
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Want to build a successful startup? Answer these questions.

I have seen many individuals starting out into the world of business, but not many have succeeded in their initial phase. The idea of...
UNDP Lesotho Hackathon

Meet the 7 Winners at UNDP Lesotho Hackathon: Innovations for Inclusive...

In the beginning there were 17 teams at the UNDP Lesotho Hackathon. The task was to find innovative solutions to address issues of inclusive...
Peach Tree Seedlings

Letsatsi Lekhooa Closing in on Global Heroes Platform Awards 2018

Every change needed in this world starts with you. As Mother Theresa said, “I alone cannot change the world, but I can cast a...

The significance of April 26 to creatives in Lesotho.

In November 18, 1986, Lesotho became party to a convention establishing the World Intellectual Property Organisation (WIPO), a convention first signed at Stockholm on July 14, 1967...

Highlights of the First AYP’s NUL Entrepreneuship Expo 2018

The Academic Youth Progress hosted its first annual NUL Entrepreneurship Expo on the 13th April 2018 at the National University of Lesotho. The theme...

The Shortcoming of Lesotho’s Entertainment Business.

Information is readily available on numerous information sharing platforms of how countries are increasingly investing in growing their Entertainment Industries as they have portrayed over the...

Setlhare Jane on Turning Trash into Furniture and Pioneering other Businesses

What do you do with paper as soon as you’re done with it? You crumple it up and “basketball hoop” it into a dustbin....
AYP ENTREPRENEURSHIP EXPO 2018

AYP ENTREPRENEURSHIP EXPO 2018 – Turning a Buying Society into a...

We live in an age of mass-media hyperbole. Things now are best-evers, greatest in x amount of time, the most this-or-that since records have...
patent protection

Patent Protection Overview

Patents and copyright are undeniably the most misused words in the creative and innovation spaces these days. This is due to the complexity of...
FlyingKing

‘Speak Your Dreams,’ Interview with Joel Mohale, CEO of FlyingKing

We have been told that we can speak things into existence, but whether you believe this or not, there are people out there who...
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Here’s what investors are looking for in a business plan

Haven't you always wondered why some business plans manage to secure funding while a great majority of them fail to even reach the evaluation...

5 Lesotho Entrepreneurs Succeed to Join 2018 Tony Elumelu Foundation Entrepreneurs

Finally, the wait is over. With a little bit of good news. The 4th cycle of applications for the Tony Elumelu Foundation Entrepreneurs went...