If you test positive for COVID-19, all people with this app who may have come too close to you in the past 14 days are alerted by their apps so that they too can test. When you download this app you can’t use it unless you have answered questions, with answers immediately seen by…

 

This year, he harvested 77 boxes of tomatoes which he grew on 81 square metres of land. For him, it was an idea of what he could achieve if he kept trying. Above all, it was a light at the end of the tunnel, after months of hard—very hard—lessons. His name is Montši Montši, a former…

 

With this app, Letsema, you can chat like you are in a WhatsApp, talk like you are on a phone, and get into a video-conference like you are in a Skype or in a Zoom. There is more to this app which is being developed by a company called Astra-Tech owned by Pulane Motenane, under the…

 

 

History in the making

 

Photo credit: Mr Sets'abi Sets"abi

 

While under lockdown, we became increasingly dependent on technology for communication, working and studying from home and information management to identify marginalized groups. With part of the population below the poverty line and many people without digital devices, those that do…

 

Weeks after we reported a new cellphone based smart payment system that you can use to pay for goods and services "even in a spaza shop" in a speed of lightning, Phuthalichaba is already testing this system. "Dummy money" (not real money) is being used to make mock payments (not real…

 

Of course, it is not Facebook. Yet, it has all the hallmarks of a social media platform. You can like, share and comment. You can edit your own profile to be seen by your friends. The difference is, you come here to learn and share knowledge with others—while socialising. So you find…

 

So we still have no confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Lesotho? That's great. So is it time to relax? By no means. If anything, this provides a breathing space for us to prapare. Who knows? If every other country has this desease, there are high chaces that we won't be spared for too long…

 

Yes, huge mega supermakerts can be owned by Basotho. Please don't ask about buying shares yet. We will let you know how you can be part of it.

 

His jam is finger lick’n good! When you think tomato, you probably link it to the likes of tomato sauce, tomato catch-up, tomato salads and so on. But Basotho rarely make tomato jam. “That’s what motivated me to develop a tomato jam—to fill the space,” said Khotso Thelingoane, a…

 

PhuthaLichaba, A Financial Cooperative under the National University of Lesotho (NUL) Innovation Hub is set to start taking savings from its members. This happens as the young cooperative has netted a membership of 65 in just over a month. It is one of the fastest growing cooperatives…

 

It was a highly competitive international funding in which more than 500 organisations worldwide battled for the lucrative funding provided by Innovate UK in the United Kingdom. In the end, Dr Moeketsi Mpholo, the Administrator of the National University of Lesotho (NUL) Energy…


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PhuthaLichaba, A Financial Cooperative under the National University of Lesotho (NUL) Innovation Hub is set to start taking savings from its members. This happens as the young cooperative has netted a membership of 65 in just over a month. It is one of the fastest growing cooperatives…

 

In Roma, you get them at Mzalas complex, and many Roma general dealers. You find them in some shops at Naleli, Ha Leqele and Sehlabeng. You also get them in Thoteng, Mohale’s Hoek.

Catch them here +26650512522, +26657609254

 

N.N Mosola et al (Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, National University of Lesotho, Lesotho)

Southern Africa Telecommunication Networks and Applications Conference (SATNAC)

Abstract

Cloud computing brings flexible and cost-effective services.…

 

There were 60 competitors—from esteemed institutions all over Africa in Round 1, in a competition called "Innovation in Action" in Zimbabwe! In Round 2, only 20 competitors remained. In Round 3, only 10 competitors remained. In Round 4, only Dr Pulane Nkhabutlane from the National…

 

The National University of Lesotho (NUL) graduates Setsoto Hlohlomi and Mohale Molieleng have taken it upon themselves to make life easier for you. Their business, Speedy Deliveries (Facebook page @speedyls) helps you order food and they deliver to you as well as small parcels using…