|DEPARTMENT OF AFRICAN LANGUAGES AND LITERATURE|
|Name||Dr. Thabo Martins|
|Position||Lecturer & Head of Department of African Languages and Literature|
|Qualifications||PhD (Wits), MA (NUL),|
|Short Bio||Martins is lecturer in the Department of African Languages and Literature. He is adept to imparting knowledge of principles and practice in oral tradition and modern literature at both the undergraduate and postgraduate levels. His areas of research are oral traditions and modern literature. He is the current Head of the Department of African Languages and Literature.|
|Name||Mrs ’Masehloho ’Matjotjo|
|Qualifications||Bed (NUL), MA (NUL)|
|Short Bio||Mrs ’Matjotjo is a lecturer in the Department of African Languages and Literature. She teaches , Morphology, Semantics and Syntax in the Linguistic section|
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+266 5221 3942
|Name||Dr. Litšepiso Matlosa|
|Name||Mrs Makhetsi Makha-Ntlaloe|
|Qualifications||B.A (NUL), M.A (NUL)|
|Short Bio||Mrs Makha-Ntlaloe is a lecturer in the Department of African Languages and Literature- Translation and Interpreting Section. Her research interests include among others, legal interpreting, Sign Language and Sign Language Interpreting, Lexicography|
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|Name||Mr. Mape John Mohlomi|
|Qualifications||MA (NUL), B.Ed (NUL)|
|Short Bio||Mape Mohlomi is a lecturer in the Department of African Languages and Literature at the National University of Lesotho (NUL). He teaches Language and Linguistics courses, such as Grammar of Sesotho, Syntax, Semantics and IsiZulu; and Translation and Interpreting Courses at both the Undergraduate and postgraduate levels.
His research interests include onomastics, sociolinguistics, translation and interpreting. Currently, Mr. Mohlomi serves as a first year Tutor in the Faculty of Humanities at NUL.
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|DEPARTMENT OF DEVELOPMENT STUDIES|
|Name||Prof. Keneuoe Motšoene|
|Qualifications||PhD (Wits); MA in Development Studies in Economics for Development(Institute of Social Studies, the Hague); BA Economics and Public Administration (NUL)|
|Short Bio||Keneuoe is an Associate Professor in Development Studies, She possesses expertise in Economics for development, Technology and development, Urban development and governance, State and development, Development project management and International political economy. She also has expertise in offering different forms of training including Peace and conflict management, Community development, etc.
She is a researcher in the areas of expertise with a track record of published works. Her research interest is mainly in promoting sustainable development. She serves as a member and researcher in a number of international academic associations regionally and internationally.
|Qualifications||MA (Dev) University of Natal, BA Ed (NUL)|
|Short Bio||Mr. Mokone is lecturer in Development studies with interest in Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and rural development, youth and community development. He is teaching many courses in Development studies with particular interest in Development economics and Social Research methods with keen interest in Mixed-methods.|
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|Qualifications||MA Development Studies|
|Short Bio||Ms. Mokhothu is a lecturer in the department of Development Studies with particular interest in policy development and empowerment of vulnerable groups especially the youth and the elderly. She teaches many course in Development Studies with particular interest in policy development and implementation, international relations and globalization.|
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|Name||Associate Professor Rantšo|
|DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY|
|Qualifications||MA Philosophy (NUL)|
|Mr Mahlatsi is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Philosophy at the National University of Lesotho. He studied philosophy at the National University of Lesotho. His area of specialization is human rights. He is interested in African philosophy, political philosophy and environmental ethics. He teaches traditional philosophy and some applied philosophy courses.
Besides teaching, he has served for seven years as the Tutor of the Faculty of Humanities. He is more passionate about research work. He has supervised students’ research projects at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels. He has published articles on Botho/Ubuntu ethics and climate change. He has also published a book: Ethics of Botho
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|Name||Clive Tendai Zimunya|
|Qualifications||PhD in Philosophy (UKZN), MA in Philosophy (UZ)|
|Short Bio||Clive Tendai Zimunya is a Philosophy lecturer at the National University of Lesotho in the Department of Philosophy. He holds a PhD in Philosophy from the University of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. Research interests include logic, critical thinking, metaphysics, epistemology and ethics. He is passionate about imparting logic and critical thinking skills in his students and making them appreciate the role and significance of science in the acquisition of knowledge.
He represents the Faculty of Humanities as a member of the NUL ICT steering community.
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|Name||Napo Claudius Khasoane|
|Qualifications||Ph.D. (UKZN), Master of Public Sector Management (Africa University), MPhil Applied Ethics (Stellenbosch), B.Ph. (Urbaniana)|
|Short Bio||Napo Claudius Khasoane is Applied Ethics Lecturer in the Department of Philosophy at the National University of Lesotho. He teaches Ethics and Applied Ethics courses at undergraduate and postgraduate levels. He is passionate about exposing learners to meta-ethical and moral pluralism arguments.
He has conducted trainings on ethics and professionalism and performance management for middle and senior managers of the Government of Lesotho. He has also presented conference papers on ethics, corruption and performance management in Lesotho, Botswana and Eswatini. His research interests are Applied Ethics, corruption and public sector management.
He is currently serving as the Head of Department of Philosophy.
|Contactsfirstname.lastname@example.org +266 5221 3411|
|Qualifications||PhD (University of Ottawa), MPhil (University of Ottawa), B.Th and B.Ph (Urbaniana)|
|Short Bio||Louis Manyeli is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Philosophy at the National University of Lesotho. His area of specialization is Political Philosophy. He is interested in Political Philosophy, Logic, Metaphysics, History of Philosophy and Ethics. He teaches traditional philosophy, Logic and Ethics courses. He has supervised students’ research projects at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels. He has published articles on political philosophy and ethics.|
|Contactsemail@example.com +266 59548399|
|Qualifications||M.A. Philosophy (NUL), B.A. Honours (Westville), B.Phil. (St. Augustine’s Seminary)|
|Short Bio||The lecturer in the Department of Philosophy at National University of Lesotho. His research interests are in the area of Epistemology, Metaphysics and Philosophy of Science. He represents the Faculty of Humanities in the Library Board.|
|Contactsfirstname.lastname@example.org +266 5148 8367|
|DEPARTMENT OF HISTORICAL STUDIES|
|Qualifications||Ph.D, MA, BA Hons (UZ)|
|Short Bio||Gerald Chikozho Mazarire is an Associate Professor of History at the National University of Lesotho. He has taught at several Universities in Zimbabwe including the University of Zimbabwe, Arrupe Jesuit University and Midlands State University. He obtained his doctorate at the University of Zimbabwe in 2010 and is a Fellow of the American Council of Learned Societies (African Humanities Program). He has held various Research Fellowships at the University of Stellenbosch and the University of Edinburgh. In 2017 Mazarire was the Inaugural Fellow of the Oxford-Africa Initiative at St Peters College, Oxford. He is a Senior Editor of the Oxford Research Encyclopaedia on African History and an Editor of Critical African Studies as well as an Editorial Board Member of Kronos: Southern African Histories. Gerald is an Advisory Board member of the Journal of Southern African Studies seconded to the ‘Emerging Scholars in Southern Africa Workshops’ and ‘De-Colonisation’ Working Groups. He has recently co-edited with Kirk Helliker a Special Issue of the Journal of Asian and African Studies on the ‘New Dispensation in Zimbabwe’ (March 2021).
Prof Mazarire’s research interests stretch across themes and time lines from ‘pre-colonial’ communities to liberation movements in Central and Southern Africa where he has published extensively and coordinated several research projects. These include the Aluka/JSTOR ‘Struggles for Freedom in Southern Africa’ digitisation initiative and the ‘SADC Secretariat Hashim Mbita Project’ which resulted in a monograph on the Liberation Struggle in Zimbabwe with Ngwabi Bhebe. He is currently a principal co-investigator of the British Academy Project on ‘Heritage Dignity Violence’. He has been active in fund-raising for community projects in Zimbabwe and was recently appointed to the Board of Trustees of the Zimbabwe Culture Fund Trust, a non-profit organisation committed to the promotion of a diversified cultural sector that contributes to wealth creation with African values in Zimbabwe.
|Name||Dr. Godfrey Hove|
|Qualifications||Ph.D (Stellenbosch), M.A, BA Hons (UZ).|
|Short Bio||Godfrey Hove is senior Lecturer in the Department of Historical Studies at the National University of Lesotho. He teaches courses Environmental History and History. His research interests are in the environmental and agrarian histories of Southern Africa and the political economy of development in historical perspective. He holds a doctoral degree in History from Stellenbosch University, an MA in African Economic History from the University of Zimbabwe and an honours degree in Economic History of the University of Zimbabwe. He has published widely on the agrarian and environmental history of Zimbabwe, and Southern Africa more generally.|
|Name||Mr. Khotso Ketsi|
|Qualifications||MA (SOAS), BEd (NUL),|
|Short Bio||Mr Ketsi’s main research and teaching interests are on crime, law and society in late colonial Kenya, social and economic history f Lesotho, study and writing of history and the environmental history of Africa. Current pursuits include environmental impact assessment, eco-cultural tourism, agricultural development before and after the Covid-19 pandemic and well as history teaching as a tool for development.|
|Qualifications||PhD Candidate (UCT), MSC (Wits), BA Hons (Wits), BA (NUL)|
|Short Bio||Nthabiseng is a Heritage and Cultural Studies (HCS) and Environmental History (EH) Lecturer courses in the Department of Historical Studies at the National University of Lesotho (NUL). Her interests include redefinition of history from an African perspective and she is passionate about influencing African identities. Imparting knowledge and changing perception in life are her passion. Her research interests also include Stone Age, Historical, Iron Age and Contract Archaeologies.
Nthabiseng has previously served as the department’s acting HOD and also as the Faculty of Humanities 2nd Year Tutor. She is currently chairing the local organising committee of the upcoming 2021 Association of Southern African Professional Archaeologists (ASAPA) conference to be hosted by NUL.
|Name||‘Masemote Grace Molale|
|Qualifications||MSc, BA, (NUL)|
|Short Bio||‘Masemote is a Lecturer in the department of Historical Studies at National University of Lesotho, teaching anthropology and environmental history courses. She obtained BA in Anthropology and Sociology and MSc in Sociology at NUL. She is currently pursuing her doctoral studies with UFS in African ethnicity. Her research interests strongly line in social and environmental impact assessment, socio-economic aspects, foresight and scenario building, ethnicity, gender and community participation in health development.
She is a member and country representative of the Anthropology Southern Africa and a member of the South African Association for Gender Studies. Also, she is a member of the Global Centre of Spatial Methods for Urban Sustainability.
+266 62919888 / 58919888
|Qualifications||MA, BA, (NUL),|
|Short Bio||Mr. Mphezulu is a History and Culture and Heritage Lecturer in the Department of Historical Studies at the National University of Lesotho (NUL). He teaches a number of courses in Lesotho’s History from the pre-colonial, colonial and post-colonial phases. These are the courses which are meant to make Basotho insular. He also teaches the courses on colonialism, African History and some aspects of world History.
He obtained MA in History from NUL. His research interests include Security Threat Groups (STGs) such as prison and street gangs. He is also interested in studying ethnic groups and landscape and memory. He represents the Department in the Board of Moshoeshoe 1 Institute of Peace and Leadership of NUL.
|Contactsemail@example.com (+266) 5221 3943 / (+266) 5857 1609|
|Name||Bopane Juliet Rampeta|
|Qualifications||MA, BA Hons, (UFS), BA (NUL)|
|Short Bio||Bopane Rampeta is a Lecturer in the Department of Historical Studies at National University of Lesotho, teaching Heritage and Cultural Studies courses. She holds that knowledge and appreciation of one’s History and Cultural Heritage has potential to bring about solutions to economic, political and social issues. She obtained a BA Degree majoring in Environmental History and Heritage and Cultural Studies at NUL and Honours in Africa Studies at UFS and Masters in Africa Studies (with a specialisation in Indigenous Knowledge Systems) at UFS. She is currently pursuing her PhD studies at UFS.
Her research interests are on Indigenous belief systems and Liberation Struggles. She currently services the Faculty of Humanities as a Second Year Tutor.
|Name||Dr Noel Ndumeya|
|Position||Lecturer & Head of Department of Historical Studies|
|Qualifications||PhD (UFS), MA, BA Hons, BA Gen, Grad. DE, (UZ),|
|Short Bio||Noel Ndumeya is Lecturer and Head of the Department of Historical Studies at the National University of Lesotho. He teaches a variety of History and Environmental History courses to the undergraduate and postgraduate classes.
His research field is the environmental history of southern Africa, with an additional interest in Land and Agricultural history of the same region. He has published in top notch journals that includes Environment and History, Journal of Southern African Studies & Journal of Black Studies
|Contactsfirstname.lastname@example.org +266 5744 4239|