|DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (DBA)|
|Name||Dr. Reginah M. Thetsane|
|Qualifications||B.Ed (NUL), PGDBM (University of Natal, South Africa), MBA (University of Natal, South Africa), PhD (North-West University – Potchefstroom.|
|Short Bio||Reginah M. Thetsane is a senior lecturer in Marketing Management, Strategic Management, Entrepreneurship, and Research methodology. Her research interests are on Marketing, and Management related issues, Tourism, Entrepreneurship and Business Education. She has been conducting commissioned research and provided professional services on different areas for Lesotho Government and international organisations.
She has published some articles in referred journals has and been engaged in several other professional activities including examination of PhD theses and Masters’ dissertations, supervision of undergraduate research and reviewing of research papers. She serves in International Editorial Advisory Boards and in different higher learning Institutions Boards both locally and internationally and she is an Accreditation Panel Member of the Council on Higher Education in Lesotho. She is a qualified trainer of women entrepreneurs in business management, certified by International Labour Organization (ILO).
|Contacts:||Work:+266 52213617 Mobile: +266 62019536 /50225516|
|Name||Ms. Mapalo Mohasi|
|Qualifications||MCom-Organisational Psychology (UCT), BAdmin Hons-Industrial Psychology (Fort Hare), PGDip Management in Marketing (UCT), BSocSc Labour, Org Psychology & HRM (UCT), Degree of Associates in Arts, Business Studies (Holyoke Community College, Massachussetts, USA).|
|Mapalo Mohasi, a mother and a partner, with passion in Positive Organisational Scholarship.
Employed by the National University of Lesotho (NUL) in Sept 2017, focused in Organisational Behaviour, Human Capital Management, Contemporary issues in HRM and Principles of Management (DBA). She is competent in Learning and Development; where she engaged in a number of Train the Trainer programs like Performance Management, Talent Management, Coaching, and Leadership Development. She has experience working in various Government Ministries like Finance, Development Planning (NMDS) and the Public Service focused on core HR activities.
She is experienced in Project work with focus in Restructuring of the Accounting Carder, Census (Min of Finance), and rolling out of the Global Leadership Behaviours (MMB).
· Work-Family Support/ enrichment
· Science of happiness at work
· Job embeddedness and POB
Membership and Community Engagement;
She is a member of the Lesotho Volleyball Association (LVA) and co-owns a Volleyball Club called Hflow, registered under LVA in 2016.
|Contacts||Tel: +266 52213775; Mobile/WhatsApp: +266 59581191
LinkedIn: Mapalo Mohasi
|Name||Mr. Rammuso. Paul. Monyolo|
|Designation||Senior Lecturer & Head of Department of Business Administration|
|Qualifications||BA. Econ (NUL), PGD Labour Law (NUL), MA (University of Nottingham)|
|Short Bio||Paul Monyolo is currently Head of Department of Business Administration. He teaches both undergraduate and postgraduate levels. His teaching and supervision areas are in the fields of Entrepreneurship, Human Resources Management, Human Resources Development, Strategic Management and Employment Relations International Business.
His research interests are in areas of Entrepreneurship, Human Resources Management and Organisational Behaviour, with particular emphasis on Entrepreneurial Intentions, Employee Training, and Organisational Citizenship Behaviour. His research has also been presented in academic conferences and published in various Journals. He is a member of The Southern African Institute of Management Scientists (SAIMS). He sits in several university committees and Business Plan Assessment Panels. He is also a chairman of NUL Board of Trustees. He is currently a member of 14th NUL Council.
|Contacts||Tel: +266 52213622; Mobile: +266 58962579 Email:email@example.com|
|Name||Mr. H. Ababio|
|Qualifications||B.A. (Hons) Economics with Sociology (University of Ghana, Legon), Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (United Kingdom), MBA (General), University of the Free State|
|Short Bio||Currently, Mr Henry Ababio lectures Management Accounting (Final year), Financial Accounting and Reporting (Third year) and Strategic Management (Final year) at the National University of Lesotho (NUL). During the previous academic year, he lectured Financial Management (third year) and Business Research Methodology (third year) in addition to Management Accounting (Final year).
As a professional accountant, auditor and an academic, Mr. Henry Ababio intermittently blends academic work with management consultancy and accountancy practice. He joined the National University of Lesotho (NUL) in 2015 at the back of extensive experience in corporate financial management, business management, auditing and lecturing.
This predisposes Mr Ababio to a broad vista of cross-pollination and fertilisation of knowledge and ideas which is filtered through experiential analysis and sharing of information, a characteristic he uses to good effect in the course of undertaking his lecturing activities and supervising the research work of undergraduate students at NUL.
Mr Ababio is the current examiner for Audit and Assurance (Paper 6) and Budget and Information Systems (Paper 4) for the newly-introduced Lesotho Professional Accountancy Programme (LePAP). He is also the moderator for T3 Financial Accounting. In addition these responsibilities, he acts as a consultant for various businesses where he provides accounting and finance together with management consultancy services.
He serves on the SAMBIO board as the business and finance advisor. He is the chairperson of the Mercy Foundation, an NGO that seeks the welfare of underprivileged children which is based in Borokhoaneng.
He is keen in rolling up his sleeves to take to the world of research and publication and endeavour to make his humble contribution to the fields of scholarship, teaching and research in the University.
|Contacts||Tel: +266 52213618 / +266 5885 0881/+266 62772953 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org / email@example.com|
|Name||Ms. Nthoto R. Ramalefane|
|Qualifications||Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting) (NUL); General Accountant (CAS/LIA) Masters of Arts in Business and Commerce (Keio University, Tokyo).|
|Short Bio||Ms Ramalefane lectures Financial Accounting; Taxation and Public Sector Accounting at the National University of Lesotho (NUL). She joined NUL in 2006. She supervised more than 10 undergraduate students since she joined NUL.
Other than more than ten years teaching experience she gained from NUL, Ms Ramalefane has an extensive experience working in the tax administration of Lesotho. That is where her passion in taxation, in a broader sense was unleashed. A member of Lesotho Institute of Accountants (LIA) in good standing, was in 2004 appointed as one of the members of the Lesotho Revenue Authority Revenue Tribunal. Her interests are mainly in taxation; and to some extent in accountancy. She is currently an external examiner of Association of Certified Chartered Accountants (ACCA) for Taxation Lesotho, a variant ACCA tax paper sat by Lesotho candidates.
|Contacts||+266 52213587 / +266 58992299 firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Name||Mr. Patrick Bukenya|
|Qualifications||B.Com(Hon) M.U.K, ACMA,CGMA (United Kingdom)|
|Short Bio||Mr. Patrick Bukenya is lecturer in Auditing & Investigations and Financial Accounting at undergraduate level.
Bukenya is the co- author of Understanding Commerce, Introduction to Business Studies and Understanding Accounting which are prescribed in a number of high schools in Lesotho. He is the author of Understanding Accounting for LGSCE. His area of interest is in the continuous professional development of commercial subject teachers in high school.
Mr. Bukenya did his articles at KPMG Chartered Accountants Bloemfontein (South Africa) and has taught at Centre for Accounting Studies in Maseru.
|Contacts||Tel: +266 52213621; Mobile: +266 62922522; email@example.com / firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Name||Dr. Motšelisi C. Mokhethi|
|Qualifications||B.Ed (NUL), MBA (University of Botswana), PhD in Entrepreneurship (University of Pretoria)|
|Short Bio||Motšelisi Mokhethi lectures General Management, Operations Management, Organisational Behaviour, Business Research Methodology, Entrepreneurship and a variety of Marketing courses.
Her research interest is on Small Business Development, Entrepreneurship, Marketing and case study writing. Her administrative experience progressed from being a tutor in the Faculty of Social Sciences, to Head of the Department, Deputy Dean and finally the Dean of the Faculty between 2013 and 2016.
She is an accredited member of the Council on Higher Education in Lesotho and therefore has been engaged on various occasions to carry out programme reviews of programmes offered by some Higher Institutions in Lesotho. She has also been involved in some consultancy projects and provided professional services for Lesotho Government Institutions. In 2016 she was awarded a SADC South-Life Achiever as the Africa’s Most Influential Women in Business and Government Awards by CEO Global at Centurion in South Africa.
|Contacts||Tel: +266 52213627; Mobile: +266 63088826/+266 57544644|
|Name||Mr. Francis A. Oni|
|Qualifications||B.Sc. (Hons), MBA (Finance) (UNIBEN); Adv. Dip. Mngt. Acc. (CIMA), CMA, ACMA, CGMA (London)|
|Short Bio||F.A. Oni brings international teaching and research experience in Accounting and Finance. His background is diverse (from four countries), inclusive of collaborative research and consultancy work. He is interested in multi-methods research approach having used a variety of quantitative and qualitative methods in his works. He has published in international journals and has been engaged in peer review with several academic conferences. As an educator, his academic research informs his pedagogic approach. He also has versatile management consulting experience in different countries in Africa.
Parallel to his teaching duties, his current research and supervision interest focusses on three streams: (1) Performance measurement and management in the Public and Private Sectors; (2) Environmental Management Control System; (3) Career aspirations and self-efficacy in higher education including students’ part-time work and employability. Oni, has experience in research supervision at the undergraduate level and welcomes enquiries from keen and highly dedicated individuals on research especially in the above areas.
|Tel: +266 52213619; Mobile: +266 57649814 email@example.com|
|Name||Mr. Douglas Musiiwa|
|Qualifications||MBA (University of Zimbabwe (UZ), Diploma In Financial Management (DipFM- ACCA), Graduate Diploma in Marketing Management (IMM-South Africa), B.Sc. Hon Chem (UZ).|
|Short Bio||Mr. Douglas Musiiwa is a lecturer in the Strategic Marketing Management, Consumer Behaviour, Marketing communications, Services Marketing and Entrepreneurship. His research interests are in Services marketing, Consumer Behaviour, Brand management, Entrepreneurship and Leadership.
Mr. Musiiwa has conducted a successful market research and launch of new products in the fuel sector in Zimbabwe. He has supervised research students in renewable energy at Masters level in Zimbabwe and a number of undergraduate research students at NUL. Besides over ten years of teaching experience at university and colleges, Mr. Musiiwa has vast experience of business administration and leadership. He has been an executive member of organisations in different industries including, in the energy sector, manufacturing, government departments and in the retail sector. Currently Mr. Musiiwa is pursuing doctoral studies in Marketing with Central University of Technology in South Africa.
|Contacts||Tel: +266 52213623 Mobile: +266 62001625|
|Name||Phomane Peter Khaola|
|Position||Associate Professor & Dean of Faculty of Social Sciences|
|Qualifications||B.Com (NUL), MSc. (London School of Economics), PhD, (Wits)|
|Short Bio||Peter Khaola is the associate professor of Human Resources and General Management, and the Dean in the Faculty of Social Sciences. His research interests are in areas of Human Resources Management and Organisational Behaviour, with particular emphases on organisational citizenship behaviours, innovative work behaviours, leadership, organisational commitment, organisational justice, entrepreneurial intentions, and employee performance.
He has published his research in national and international journals, including the European Journal of Innovation Management, International Journal of Innovation Management, International Journal of Management Education, Journal of Enterprising Culture, Management Research Review, Ethiopian Journal of Environmental Studies and Management, KCA Journal of Business Management; African Journal of Public Administration and Management, Eastern Africa Social Science Research Review; Africa Education Review, Annals of Humanities and Development Studies, Lesotho Social Sciences Review, Southern African Business Review, and the Journal of Language, Technology & Entrepreneurship in Africa.
He has presented papers in the national and international conferences, and served as a reviewer for international conferences and journals. He recently served as an associate editor of SA Journal of Human Resources Management. He is the member of the Organisation for Social Science Research in Eastern and Southern Africa (OSSREA), and the Southern African Institute of Management Scientists (SAIMS). He has been involved in the evaluation of programmes of institutions of higher education for the Council on Higher Education (CHE) in Lesotho. He has been involved in some consultancy projects for the government and private sector organisations in Lesotho, and has served as a board member of a state-owned enterprise (SOE).
|Contacts||Tel: +266 52213616; Mobile:+266 58043421|
|Name||Mr. Makhaola Kuena|
|Qualifications||BSc. Physics & Physical Geography (NUL), Masters of Science in Information Technology|
|Short Bio||Makhaola Kuena is a lecturer in the Department of Business Administration at The National University of Lesotho where he has been a faculty member since 2016.
Makhaola completed his masters degree at Jain University and his undergraduate degree at National University of Lesotho. His interest lies in the area of Full Stack Web Development and Project Management. He designed and implemented E-Properties as a web site for real estate agency, the complete computerisation of buying, selling and renting of properties online. He is the lecturer for the Introduction to Programming, Business Information Systems and Project Management. He is currently a member of Project Management Professional and pursuing Project Management Certification.
|Contacts||Tel: +266 52213664; Mobile +266 58848823 firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Name||Mr. Griffith Mokorotlo|
|Designation||Lecturer (On Staff Development Leave)|
|Qualifications||BA. Econ (NUL), M.B.A (University of Botswana)|
|Short Bio||Teaching management and marketing courses at undergraduate level since joining the Department.
Research interests in services marketing and management dynamics in organisations.
|Contacts||Tel: +266 52213615; Mobile: +266 58420000 / 63830000 email@example.com|
|DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMICS|
|Name||Haruna Mohammed Bello|
|Short Bio||Started his academic career as a Graduate Assistant with the Usmanu Danfodiyo University, Sokoto, Nigeria, in 1983 and progressively rose through the academic ladder to full professor in 2009. He was a Fulbright Fellow at Texas A&M University, in 1985 and subsequently served at the National University of Lesotho in the Faculty of Agriculture in 2003 as a German Academic Staff exchange (DAAD) Fellow before becoming a staff of the Department of Economics a year later.
HM Bello was a research professor, Centre for Rural Development (CRD) at Walter Sisulu University, in the Eastern Cape in 2010 before joining the University of Namibia in 2013 where he teaches in the Department of agricultural economics and the Namibia Business School. HM Bello had served in a number of different responsibilities in addition to his academic teaching role among which were: served as Deputy Director Academic Planning at the Usmanu Danfodiyo University Sokoto, Deputy Director Centre for Rural Development at WSU, Head of Department Postgraduate Studies at UNAM and Acting Dean School of Agriculture, Food Processing and Biotechnology at NITED Polytechnic, Windhoek Namibia.
He has published more than 30 peer-reviewed academic articles in accredited academic journals. Research interest in consumption studies, climate change, social issues, natural resources and the environment.
|Contact Details||Off no: +26652213597 Fax: *266 22340000 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org, skype: hmbello|
|Short Bio||Ramaele Moshoeshoe is Senior Lecturer (Assistant Professor) in the Department of Economics, National University of Lesotho. He holds a PhD in Economics from the University of Cape Town. He is an applied microeconomist and his research interests lie at the intersection of development economics, labour economics and economics of education. He is Junior Fellow at the Pan-African Scientific Research Council and an active member of the African Economic Research Consortium (AERC) research network and of the Econometrics Society, Africa Region.
He was the 2020 AERC-World Bank Visiting Scholar, and in 2016-2017, he was a Visiting Research Fellow at the UNICEF Office of Research – Innocenti, under the Transfer Project. His research work has been published in international journals such as the Journal of African Economies, and the Education Economics journal.
|Contact Details||Off no: 52213590 Fax: Email: email@example.com|
|Name||Retselisitsoe I. Thamae|
|Qualification||MA Economics, BA Economics|
|Short Bio||Retselisitsoe I. Thamae is a Senior Lecturer in Economics and a member of the Energy Research Centre at the National University of Lesotho. He is also serving as a Non-executive Member of the Board of Directors at the Central Bank of Lesotho. His research interests include issues related to macroeconomic policy and energy economics. Some of his work appears in journals such as Int. J. Economic Policy in Emerging Economies, Economic Analysis and Policy and Utilities Policy.|
|Contact Details||Off no: Econ. No. 6 Fax: (+266) 2234-0000 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Name||Ratjomose P. Machema|
|Qualification||BA (NUL), M.Phil. (University of Ghana), PhD (UCT)|
|Short Bio||Ratjomose P. Machema is a lecturer in the Department of Economics at the National University of Lesotho (NUL). He holds a PhD in Economics from University of Cape Town (UCT) that focuses on measurement of economic polarization and stratification in South Africa. His research interests include economics of inequality, policy analysis and poverty.|
|Contact Details||Office: 52213592 Email: email@example.com|
|Position||Lecturer & Head of Department of Economics|
|Nthabiseng Koatsa is a Lecturer and the Head of Department of Economics at the National University of Lesotho. She is also a member of the African Economic Research Consortium (AERC) CMAP-CPP Academic Advisory Board. Her research interests include areas in Public Sector Economics, Policy Analysis, Macroeconomic Management, Environmental Economics, and Gender and Economic Analysis.|
|Contact Details||Off no: Econ No. 17, +266 52213584 Fax: +266 22340000
|Name||Khothalo Mohlori Sepamo|
|Qualification||M.A. in Economics|
|Short Bio||Khothalo Mohlori-Sepamo received Masters degree in Economics from the University of Botswana (2010). She has been working as a Lecturer in the Faculty of Social Science, department of Economics, since 2013. She is responsible for lecturing core courses of Economics, Environmental economics and Natural Resources economics.
She supervises the research projects for the undergraduate students and co-supervise for Masters students. Her main research interests include environment, natural resources and agricultural economics. She has published in the field of Agricultural Economics. She is a member of Lesotho economic association and in a committee of Phuthalichaba Savings and Credit Cooperation Society(Ltd)
|Contact Details||Office : +266 52213589 Email:firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Name||‘Mapalesa Tšepiso Rapapa|
|Qualification||BA Economics [National University of Lesotho], MA Economics [University of Leeds]|
|Short Bio||‘Mapalesa Tšepiso Rapapa is a Lecturer in Microeconomics, Macroeconomics, Development Economics, Transport Economics and Economics of Regulation & Anti- Trust. Her research interests include: Poverty, Fertility, Rural Development and Overall Development & Transport related Issues.
She has been a member of the following Boards and Professional Societies: Institute of Development Management [IDM] Central Bank of Lesotho [CBL], Monetary Policy Committee of CBL, Basotho Enterprises Development Corporation [BEDCO] Lesotho Pensions Fund, Collaborative Masters Program [CMAP]. She has administrative experience as a Tutor, Head of Department of Economics and Principal Secretary in the Ministries of; Finance, Police & Public Safety and Energy & Meteorology.
|Contact Details||Off no: (+266) 52213595 Fax: (+266)22340000|
|Short Bio||I am a lecturer in the department of Economics; I studied BA Economics with minor in Business Administration at the National University where I obtained a first-class pass in 2013. I further studied MA Economics at the University of Mauritius; my areas of specialization are Monetary Economics and Financial Economics. I teach Econometrics, Investment, Corporate Finance, Introductory Microeconomics and Introductory Macroeconomics. My research interests are Economics Growth and Development (Macroeconomics), Financial Markets, Capital structure Management and Industrial Organizations.|
|Contact Details||Email: email@example.com ; +266 5221 3588|
|Short Bio||I have graduated for MSc Economics from National University of Lesotho in 2020, and in the period of my graduate studies, I having been working as Student Assistant, helping both first and second year students majoring and minoring in Economics. I am currently a lecturer in the Department of Economics teaching Intermediate Micro and Macro Economics in second year students, Mathematical Methods in Economics I and II in third year students as well as supervising Research Project among completing undergraduate students. I am interested in Agricultural and developmental research, and I am currently working on the comments from International Journal of Agricultural Policy and Research, the journal where I have submitted my paper. I also work as a Research Assistant in two pieces of work, a working paper funded by Partnership for Economic Policy (PEP) with some stakeholders from Ministries of Agriculture and Ministry and NUL and a child poverty report funded by UNICEF.|
|Contact Details||Off no: +266 5221 3594 Fax: +266 2234 0000 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Qualification||MSc in Economics, University of Sussex (2020); DISTINCTION (Chevening scholar)
BA Economics, The National University of Lesotho (2018); FIRST CLASS, Valedictorian
|Short Bio||Lehlohonolo Mantsi (MSc) is a lecturer in Economics, instructing courses in Applied Econometrics, Macroeconomics and the Lesotho Economy. His research interests are within Applied Econometrics and Development Economics, specifically the Economics of Inequality. He is currently working on unearthing the welfare disparities between groups’ i.e. gender and regional. His MSc dissertation focused on welfare gap between male and female headed households in Lesotho. He mainly supervises undergraduates’ projects which are aligned to his research interests and co-supervises the MSc in Economics dissertations/thesis thereof. He graduated with DISTINCTION for his MSc at the University of Sussex, United Kingdom.
His research interests include: Applied Econometrics along with Program Evaluation Techniques, Development Economics (Economics of inequality) and Microeconomics (Economics of crime) and Public Policy and Macroeconomics
|Off no: +266 5221 3593 Fax: +266 2234 0009|
|Qualification||B.A. (NUL) M.A. (University of Leeds, UK)|
|Short Bio||On Staff Development Leave|
|Name||Kalebe M. Kalebe|
|Qualification||B.A. (NUL), M.A. (University of Nairobi, Kenya)|
|Short Bio||On Staff Development Leave|
|Name||Mr. Leseko Makhetha|
|Position||Lecturer in the Economics Department|
|Qualification||MSc. in Economics (NUL)|
|Short Bio||On Staff Development Leave|
|DEPARTMENT OF POLITICAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE STUDIES (PAS)|
|Name||Prof. Oscar Mwangi|
|Qualifications||BA, MA (Nairobi), PhD (Rhodes)|
|Associate Professor Oscar Gakuo Mwangi teaches various courses in Comparative Politics and Political Theory. His research interests are terrorism and counterterrorism in eastern Africa, securitization in eastern Africa, conflict and security in eastern Africa, democratisation in eastern and southern Africa; hydropolitics and environmental security in southern Africa, and Pan-Africanism. He has several publications in these research areas.
Associate Professor Mwangi has also served as Head of Department and as a member of several university committees. He has also served as an editorial board member in various journals and as an external examiner in undergraduate courses and postgraduate courses and theses in various universities.
|Contactsemail@example.com / firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Name||Prof. Motlamelle Anthony Kapa|
|Qualifications||BA (NUL), MA (Toronto), PhD (Rhodes)|
|He joined the NUL in 2002, as a Teaching Assistant and rose to his current rank of Associate Professor. He was Head of Department of PAS from the 1st September 2011 to 31st December, 2016 and Dean Faculty of Social Sciences from the 1st January 2017 to 31st December, 2019. He has served on University committees for the appointment of Vice-Chancellor, Pro-Vice –Chancellor, Bursar and Librarian.
He teaches International Relations; International Political Economy; Politics of Southern Africa; Social Science Research; Basic Concepts in Politics.
His research interests are in electoral politics and electoral systems; political party coalitions; policy analysis; and institutional reforms. He is currently working on a collaborative book project with his colleague outside the country on Coalition politics in Lesotho: A study of coalitions and their implications for governance.
His latest publications include ‘Coalition governments and unrelenting political instability in Lesotho, 2012-2020’. In Booysen S. (ed) Political party coalitions in Africa. [Forth coming]; (2019) ‘Lesotho 2015 polls and political stability: Challenges and prospects for the future’ in M. Rupiya, L. Teffo, S. Gutto & R. Gray (eds) A glass half full or half empty: the challenges of political succession and elections in Africa. Ssali Publishing House: Johannesburg.pp.51-72; [With Rakolobe, M] (2018) ‘Politicised public service, coalition politics and instability in Lesotho’, Journal of Public Policy in Africa, 6, (1):41-52; (2017) ‘The role of civil society in conflict situations in sub-Saharan Africa: a case study of Lesotho’ in Berhamu K. & D. P. Chimanire (eds). The roles of civil society in conflict management and peace building in Eastern and Southern Africa. Addis Ababa: OSREA.pp.259-287.
He is a member of Editorial Advisory Board of Politeia: South African Journal for Political Science and Public Administration. He acts as external examiner for theses and dissertations for the University of South Africa, University of Cape Town, University of KwaZulu-Natal, and North-West University. He has been a Subject Expert and Panel Chairperson for the review of postgraduate and undergraduate programmes for the University of Namibia and the Namibia University of Science and Technology for accreditation by the Namibian Council for Higher Education.
He sits on Institute of Development Management (IDM) Board of Governors; the National Reforms Authority (NRA) and was the Part-time Chairperson of the Lesotho Law Reform Commission (February, 2018 to – 07th February, 2020).
He has provided consulting services on general governance issues in Lesotho for the government of Lesotho; the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP); Electoral Institute for Sustainable Democracy in Africa (EISA); Open Society Initiative for Southern Africa (OSISA); and periodically briefs international elections observer missions on Lesotho’s elections since 2007.
|Contactsemail@example.com +266 58778147 / 62778147|
|Name||Dr. Tlohang Letsie|
|Designation||Senior Lecturer & Head of Department of Political and Administrative Studies|
|Qualifications||BA (NUL), BA Hon (Rhodes), MA (Western Cape), PhD (DUT).|
|Dr. Tlohang Letsie is a senior lecturer and the Head of Department. He graduated with a PhD from the International Center of Non-violence (ICON), Durban University of Technology after completing lower degrees at the University of the Western Cape, Rhodes University and National University of Lesotho. He is in teaching Political Science courses. He has carried out research and published various articles with particular reference to Lesotho. He has acted as an external examiner for theses for the University of Johannesburg and University of South Africa. He is an Honorary Research Associate with ICON. He regularly provides consulting services to both local and international organisations.
|Contactsfirstname.lastname@example.org / email@example.com +266 587 227 10|
|Name||Dr. Seroala Rose Tšoeu-Ntokoane|
|Qualifications||BA Sociology and Public Administration (NUL), Honours Public Policy and Gender Studies (University of Natal), Masters Public Policy (University of Natal), PhD (Political Science (University of Johannesburg)|
|Dr. Seroala Tšoeu-Ntokoane teaches Development Management, Comparative Public Administration, Political Development, Social Science Research, Public Enterprises, Public Policy Process and Public Policy Analysis. Her research interests include: Political Constitutionalism and Progressive Legal Advocacy, Public Policy Analysis and Public Service Reform, Corporate Governance, Public Opinion Surveys and Political Communication.
She is has published research articles in Lesotho Social Science Review, Lesotho Law Journal, Gender Place and Culture: Journal of Feminist Geography, African Journal Governance and Development, African Studies Quarterly. She is FSS representative to FHS Board since 2016. She is an External Examiner for Lesotho Institute of Public Administration and Management for Public Policy and Social Science Research since 2006. Member of an Editorial Board, Journal of African and Asian Local Government Studies since 2017. Reviewer, THEORIA since 2015. Member: NUL adhoc committee on Assessment Policy (2017) and NUL Gender Committee since 2019.
|Contactsfirstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com +266 5221 3657|
|Name||Dr. Khosi Mahlakeng|
|Qualifications||BA (2011), Honours (2013), MA (2015) and PhD (2017) in Political Science – International Relations all from the University of the Free State, Bloemfontein, South Africa. In 2013|
|Dr. Mahlakeng Khosi Mahlakeng was appointed as a junior Lecturer in the Department of Political Studies and Governance at the University of the Free State. And from 2018, he was appointed as a Lecturer in the Department of Political and Administrative Studies at the National University of Lesotho.
He is a member of the Southern African Centre for Collaboration on Peace and Security (SACCPS) where he writes on political and economic developments in Lesotho (saccps.org). He is also a Research Fellow at the University of the Free State, in the Department of Political Studies and Governance.
He specializes in International Relations, with a specific interest in Hydropolitics and Hydrodiplomacy in African transboundary river basins.
|Name||Mrs. Mokhothu M.C.|
|Qualifications||BA (NUL), MA (Manchester)|
|Moliehi Motseki-Mokhothu received her BA degree from the National University of Lesotho in Political Science and Public Administration and her MA in Development Administration from the University of Manchester (UK). She is a lecturer at the National University of Lesotho in the Department of Politics and Administrative Studies lecturing in the following subjects; Introduction to Public Administration, Introduction to Political Science, Rural Development, Local Government and the Management of Human Resources.
She is also a part-time lecturer at the Institute of Extra Mural Studies which it the outreach of the National University of Lesotho, she lectures in Principles of Management, Operations and Production Management and Human Resources of Management. She has written few articles for conference presentations, and a researched monograph as well as a chapter in a book which is due this year (2017).
She has supervised student’s research projects and under taken research in some topical issues such as food security, local government capacities and their role in rural development processes.
Has worked in the Ministry of Public Service’s department, Lesotho Institute of Public Administration and Management (LIPAM), as a senior consultant and a trainer in different government operations.
|Contacts|| firstname.lastname@example.org / email@example.com
+266 63247159 / +266 51448711
|Name||Mr. Mohlomi James Mahlelebe|
|Qualifications||BA in Political Science and Public Administration (NUL), MA in Political Science (NUL)|
|Short Bio||Mr. Mohlomi Mahlelebe holds a Master’s Degree in Political Science from the National University of Lesotho (NUL) (2013), and a BA in Political Science and Public Administration from NUL (2010). He was appointed as a lecturer in the Department of Political and Administrative Studies (PAS) in January 2016, whereby he is engaged in teaching of various courses in the department and supervising student’s research projects.
He teaches International Political Economy, International Relations, and Introduction to Political Science He is currently a member of the Faculty of Social Sciences Executive whereby he serves as a second year tutor since February 2019. He has also served the faculty as the chairperson of the Admissions sub-committee in 2018.
He has been engaged in a number of consultancy works with both international and local institutions, which include; Transformation Resource Centre (TRC), Catholic Commission for Justice and Peace (CCJP), & International Institute for Democracy and Electoral Assistance (International-IDEA).
|Contactsfirstname.lastname@example.org / email@example.com +266 5221 3759|
|Name||Mr. Thabang Mofana|
|Qualifications||BA Political Science & Public Administration (NUL), MA Public Administration (NUL)|
|Mr. Thabang Mofana is a lecturer of Public Administration in the department of Political and Administrative Studies. He teaches Organisation Theory and development courses. He has experience teaching variety of subjects in public administration, business administration and political science at tertiary institutes in Lesotho; notably as part-time lecturer at Lesotho Institute of Public Administration (LIPAM).
His research interests are in peacebuilding, gender and leadership, public service delivery and public finance. Has done some research work as researcher and research assistant with local and international organisations like Gender Links, International Institute for Democracy and Electoral Assistance (International-IDEA).
His teaching philosophy is that education ought to create resilient learners with improved self-esteem and ability to interpret information, form opinions and innovate.
|Contactsfirstname.lastname@example.org +266 5221 3762|
|Name||Ms. Mamello Rakolobe|
|Qualifications||B.A. Political Science and Public Administration (NUL), M.P.A. Public Policy and Administration (UB)|
|Short Bio||Ms. Rakolobe is a lecturer in the Political and Administrative Studies (PAS) department at N.U.L. She teaches Public Administration courses such as Organisational Theory and Behaviour, Management of Public Finance and Management of Public Enterprises. She is currently doing a PhD in Public Administration with the University of Botswana focusing on Women in Politics at the Local Government Level. She has provided professional service to Transformation Resource Centre (TRC). She has, on several occasions made media commentaries on the Lesotho Public Service.
She worked in the Public Service as a Senior Consultant for the Lesotho Institute of Public Administration (LIPAM) before joining N.U.L.
|Contactsemail@example.com +266 63114284|
|Name||Mr. Lehloenya Mahao|
|Qualifications||MSC in Political Science (Bulgaria), PGGE (NUL), MA in International Relations (Rhodes)|
|Short Bio||Mr. Mahao teaches Basic Concepts in Politics and Political Economy of Lesotho. His area of interest is in the field of international relations particularly on the determinants of policy formulation and application. He also lectured students in public policy.
He has worked at Lesotho Institute of Public Administration and Management (LIPAM) under the Ministry of Public Service both as a consultant in Strategic plan and as a trainer for public servants. Mahao has worked with several local and international organizations against drug abuse.
|Contacts||Iehloenyamahao55@gmail.com +266 56667433|
|Name||Mrs. ‘Matšoanelo Malefane|
|Short Bio||Mrs ‘Matsoanelo Malefane holds Diploma in Secretarial and Administrative Studies from the Career Development and Training Institute. She joined the National University of Lesotho in 1999. She has served been in various departments of NUL before joining PAS in 2012. She is in charge of the day to day running of the department.|
|Contacts||Email: firstname.lastname@example.org +266 5221 3660|
|DEPARTMENT OF SOCIOLOGY, ANTHROPOLOGY AND SOCIAL WORK|
|Name||Dr. Lipalesa Mathe|
|Qualification||BA Sociology (NUL); MSc Sociology (NUL); PhD Sociology (UNISA)|
|Short Bio||Dr. Lipalesa Mathe qualifications are BA Sociology (NUL); MSc Sociology (NUL); PhD Sociology (UNISA). She mainly teaches Sociology courses at undergraduate and postgraduate levels mainly in industrial sociology. Among the courses she teaches are Sociology of Family, Sociological Theories (Classical and Contemporary), Sociology of Work, Industrial Sociology, Human Resources Sociology, Professions and Occupations, and Industrial Relations. Her research interests include determinants of social behaviour, family studies, employment issues, academic identity, and professions and occupations.|
|Contacts||Email: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
+266 522 3750
|Name||Mrs Thope A. Matobo|
|Qualification||BA Sociology and Human Geography (NUL); MA Sociology (Rural Soc) (WSU); PhD Sociology of Education (on-going NUL)|
|Short Bio||Mrs. T. Matobo’s qualifications are BA Sociology and Human Geography (NUL); MA Sociology (Rural Soc) (WSU); PhD Sociology of Education (on-going NUL). She teaches qualitative and quantitative social research methods; sociology of migration; sociology of rural communities; sociology of environment; social impact assessment; urban sociology. Her research interests include: gender studies; social impact studies; public participation; migration; food security; rural community studies; ethnographic studies; sociology of education.|
+266 5221 3620
|Name||Dr. Relebohile Morojele|
|Qualification||BA Sociology & Demography; MPhil Social Research Methods; MA Sociology and PhD Sociology.|
|Short Bio||Relebohile is a lecturer in Sociology. She teaches courses at undergraduate and postgraduate levels, mainly in Sociology of Health and Illness and Sociological Research Methods. Her research interests are in health-related issues, in particular, ethnographic studies in the doctor and patient relationship.|
+266 5221 3749
|Name||Dr. Makhotsang Phokojoe-Niboye|
|Qualification||BA Sociology and Public Administration (NUL), Master of Development Studies (Deakin), PhD Sociology (University of New England).|
|Short Biography||Dr. Phokojoe is a lecturer in Sociology. She holds a BA Sociology and Public Administration, a Master of Development Studies, and a PhD Sociology. Her areas of interest include gender issues, family violence, criminology and research.
+266 5221 3670
|Qualification||BA Economics and Demography (NUL), Masters in Development and Population Studies (UKZN), MA Sociology (Brown University), PhD in Sociology (On-going Brown University – USA)|
|Short Bio||Ms. Thandie Hlabana is a well-rounded, multidisciplinary social scientist interested in advancing socio-demographic research, policy development and human rights advocacy in Lesotho and Southern Africa. Her research interests include HIV and AIDS drivers and impacts; Children and Youth development and outcomes; Fatherhood; Gender dynamics focusing on African masculinity; and Aging. She’s currently a research fellow at the University of Dundee working on “Growing up on the Streets Project in Ghana, Zimbabwe and DRC”. She is also working with University of Cape Town and Manchester Institute for Collaborative Research on Ageing on Care of Older Persons in Southern Africa Network. In collaboration with University of Brunel and others she has been recipient of a three year research grant by UK’s Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) and Department for International Development (DFID) looking at Social Cash Transfers, Generational Relations and Youth Poverty Trajectories in Lesotho and Malawi. In addition, she is a recipient of a USAID fund to analyze Lesotho Demographic and Health Survey data. Regarding policy development, she has drafted three national policies for Lesotho – Lesotho Housing Policy, Lesotho Policy for Older Persons (adopted in 2014) and Lesotho National Population Policy for Sustainable Development (LNPPSD).
She is also a representative in the following bodies: Coordinator of NUL Faculty of Social Science Research Seminars, and member of Research and Conferencing Committee; member of the National Health Research Ethics Committee; Secretary General of the Union for African Population Studies; Scientific Committee member of the International Union for the Scientific Study of Population; and former president of Population Association of Southern Africa.
+266 5221 3754
|Social Work Unit|
|Name||Ms. Tšepang. F. Manyeli|
|Position||Senior Lecturer in Social work – On study leave.|
|Qualification||B.A. Social Sciences, Honours in Social Work; Masters in Social Work (MSW)- Social Development & Planning.|
|Short Bio||Ts’epang Manyeli teaches courses on social work administration, social psychology, and community care and project management. Her areas of expertise and interest include, project management, psycho- therapy, community & social development, community care, social security, social protection and child welfare.|
|Name||Mrs. Simbai Mushonga|
|Qualification||Cert in Systemic Counselling; Dip in Education; BA Social Work (NUL); MA Social Work (NUL). PhD in Social work (on-going University of Johannesburg).|
|Short Bio||Simbai Mushonga is a Lecturer in Social Work. Her research interests focus is resilience theory – how people, particularly individuals and families, bounce back from adversity, or even succeed in the face/wake of adversity. She is currently studying the interactional resilience processes of students raised in substance abusing homes for her PhD. She teaches several undergraduate courses and supervises projects in Social Work. Among the courses that she teaches are Introduction to social work, Social work methods, Risk & Resilience: A strength Perspective, Social Diversity and Development, Theories and Perspectives of Mental Illness and Project Management & Entrepreneurship.|
+266 5221 3777
|Name||Mr. K.S. Sehlabane|
|Qualification||BA Social Work (NUL) and MA Social Work (NUL).|
|Short Bio||Mr. Sehlabane is a lecturer in the Department of Sociology and Social Work. He instructs in courses such as Professional Relationships and Communication for Social Workers, Social Work with Communities, Social Work Administration, Socio-Economic Development and Management of Social Welfare Organizations. He also supervises undergraduate research projects. His research interests are in criminological issues, issues related to the elderly and young persons. He also offers voluntary work with selected organisations that target the youths.|
+266 5221 3774
|Name||Mrs Pumela M. Mahao|
|Qualification||BA Sociology & Public Administration, MA in Social Work (NUL)|
|Short Bio||Mrs P. M. Mahao is a lecturer in Social Work and teaches the following courses among others: Introduction to social work theory and practice, Principles and Practice of Rehabilitation, Child Welfare Policy and legislation, Child Welfare Practice, Integrated Social Work Methods, Adult Development and Aging, Social Protection and Developmental Social Work, Community Work. She also coordinates and supervises fieldwork practice. In addition, she supervises social work research projects at 4th level and co-supervises thesis writing at Masters level. She was also an FSS fourth year tutor in the academic years: 2016/2017 and 2017/2018. She further represents SASW department in various strategic committees including HIV/AIDS and National OVC Coordinating committee. Her research and community engagement interests include: child welfare issues, disability and rehabilitation, older persons, social development issues, developmental micro finance and community work issues.|
+266 5221 3768
|Name||Dr Priya James|
|Qualification||MA Social Work (Bharathiar University), M.Phil. Social Work (Bharathidasan University) and PhD Social Work (University of Madras, India). Postgraduate Diploma in Psychological Counselling, Postgraduate Diploma in Women and Child Development. She also holds a Certificate in Clinical Social Worker in National Institute of Mental Health & Neuro Science (Deemed University, Bangalore, India – NIMHANS)|
|Short Bio||Dr. Priya James is a Lecturer in Social Work. She has twelve years of experience in teaching, research, community engagement and fieldwork services at postgraduate and undergraduate level in different universities. She has a good publication record in peer reviewed journals and presented papers at both national and international conferences. She also supervises postgraduate dissertation and undergraduate social work research projects. She teaches the following courses for masters level Clinical social work with groups, Clinical social work with families and couples and graduate level quantitative social work research method, Social Psychology and Human Behaviour, Trauma informed social work and other social work related subjects. Her research interests are Clinical Social Work, and Medical & Psychiatry.|
|Name||Dr. Xavier Rosario Arun Kumar|
|Qualification||MA & PhD Social Work (University of Madras, India). Postgraduate Diploma in Psychological Counsellor Education (Institute for human relation, Counselling and Psychotherapy, India).|
|Short Bio||Dr. Xavier Rosario is a Senior Lecturer in Social Work and he has published papers in top-tier journals. He also supervises postgraduate dissertation and undergraduate social work research projects. He teaches courses for master’s programmes such as Individual Psychopathology, Clinical social work Intervention with Individuals and Bachelors programme courses such as Introduction to Psychology for Social Workers, Social Work with individuals and families, Social Work Theories, Counselling Processes and Skills. His research interests clinical Psychology, Counselling Psychology, Industrial Psychology, Mental health of the Helping professionals and Human Resource Management.|
|Name||Dr. Sophia Thabane|
|Qualification||Ph.D (Social Work), MSW, and BSW|
|Short Bio||Dr. Sophia Thabane obtained her Ph.D and MSW from the University of KwaZulu Natal while her BSW was obtained from University of Zimbabwe. Before joining National University of Lesotho (NUL), where she is currently a Social Work Lecturer, Dr. Thabane worked for the Department of Social Welfare and worked as Lecturer and Researcher for University of Kwa-Zulu Natal. Apart from practical and teaching experience in Social Work, Dr. Thabane has published in the areas of field practice in social work training, psychosocial factors aggravating spread of HIV in Lesotho as well protection/welfare of vulnerable populations such as older people and children.|
|DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS AND DEMOGRAPHY|
|Designation||Senior Lecturer and Head of Department of Statistics & Demography|
|Qualifications||BA Statistics and Demography, BSc. Hons. Statistics, MSc. Statistics|
|Mr. Malunga is the Head and member of the Department of Statistics and Demography. Before joining NUL in 2012 he served as a Clinical Data Coordinator at Quintile Transnational Corporation, Bloemfontein. He currently teaches Operation research courses, Design of Experiments, Introductory statistics courses and Biometry Courses. His research interests are on Experimental Design, Biometry, Linear and Non-Linear Statistical Models. He is a member of Golden Key International Honour Society.|
|Contact details||Off no: 5221 3609 Email: email@example.com|
|Qualifications||BA, Postgraduate Diploma, MSc.|
|Short Bio||He has taught courses in statistics including: Introductory statistics, Statistical Methods, Introduction to probability, Statistical theory and Introduction to multivariate methods. He has previously served as a tutor and head of department. He also served in the FSS RCC subcommittee|
|Contact details||Off no: AOP 210 : Email: firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Qualifications||BSc. Actuarial Science, BSc. Hons. Mathematical Statistics, MSc. Mathematical Statistics|
|Short Bio||In addition to being a lecturer, I am in the final stages of a PhD in Actuarial Science at the University of Pretoria. I have an interest in solving various real-life problems requiring a solid background in Mathematics, Probability and Statistics. Over the years, I have acquired strong analytical skills through a combination of Actuarial Science and Mathematical Statistics degrees. I find the application of Mathematics, Statistics and Probability to practical problems in finance and insurance particularly interesting. My current research is based on the propagation of risk across networks of financial institutions, especially banks and insurance companies, and the development of risk measures that model or predict the incidence of systemic risk or contagion in such systems.
In general, my current interests centre around the use of quantitative tools of Probability Theory and Mathematical Statistics to model-building, model testing, and more generally the analysis and interpretation of data. Monte Carlo simulations particularly peak my interest. Subjects I teach in the university are Actuarial Statistics, Industrial Statistics, and Elementary Statistics.
|Contact details||Off no: 52213656 Email: email@example.com|
|Name||Dr. Makhala B. Khoeli|
|Qualification||BA. Econ & Stats. (NUL), PGD. Statistics (Makerere), Master of Statistics (Makerere), PhD (UKZN).|
|Short Bio||Dr. Makhala Khoeli has taught a wide range of Statistics courses including introductory courses, Sampling Theory, Survey Methods and its Application, Agricultural Statistics, Econometrics, Education Statistics, Experimental Design, Statistical Theory and Inferential Statistics. Her main interest is to promote good practices in application of Statistics in any area of research in order to produce information, which can be used to inform decision-making, policy formulation, planning and resources allocation. Her research interest is in Biometry, Biostatistics, Survey Design, application of Linear Models and Diagnostics, Quantile Regression, Mixed Models and Models for Longitudinal Data. She has vast experience in survey design, planning and implementation as well as data analysis and reporting of survey results. She was a member of the 13th Council of NUL and served as head of department and a tutor. She also served in the FSS RCC subcommittee.|
|Contacts:||firstname.lastname@example.org / email@example.com
+266 5221 3666
|Name||Dr. Taoana Thomas Kotelo|
|Qualifications||BSc (UFS, 2002), BSc. Hons in Mathematical Statistics (UFS, 2004), MSc in Mathematical Statistics (UFS, 2005), PhD in Mathematical Statistics (UFS, 2019)|
|Before joining the NUL in 2007, Dr. Kotelo worked as an Assistant Lecturer at the University of the Free State ( UFS) from 2004-2005. He was, also, a tutor for second and third year students majoring in statistics during the same period.
In 2006 he worked as an Assistant Hydrologist at the Department of Water Affairs (DWA) in the Ministry of Natural Resources, Lesotho. He joined the Department of Statistics and Demography at the National University of Lesotho (NUL) in January 2007. He has taught courses that include the following.
Introduction to Statistics and probability, Operations Research, Statistical Methods, Applied Regression Analysis, Time Series Analysis, Actuarial Statistics, Econometrics, Inferential Statistics, , Agricultural Statistics, Biometry I and Biometry II, Intermediate Statistics for Master’s students in the Department of Sociology, Anthropology and Social Work at NUL. He has successfully supervised projects of students majoring in Statistics.
Dr. Kotelo has, also, provided consultancies for Organizations such as Economic Commission for Africa (ECA), United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and Millennium Challenge Account (MCA).
His research focus is mainly on the epistimelogical development of the basic concepts in statistics and probability theory; Survey Methodology; stochastic aging, survival analysis and failure rate modeling in heterogeneous populations.
Current research activities include
“Re-examination of the basic concepts in statistics and probability theory” (a paper at advance stages to be considered for submission for journal review).
“Teacher Training for inclusive education” -a paper submitted in the Journal of Teaching and Teacher Education, 2021 (co-authored with Mosia P.A.).
“The rate of aging in heterogeneous populations” (a paper at advance stages to be considered for submission for journal review)
“Concepts and statistical Methods” (at its advanced stages before completion).
|Contact details||Off no: 52217162 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com|
|Name||Ms. Motena Mapesela|
|Qualifications||B.A. Economics and Statistics (NUL), M.A. Statistics (UB)|
|Short Bio||Motena Mapesela is a Lecturer in Statistics, with 9 years of teaching experience. Before joining NUL I have worked as a Food Security Advisor in Botswana, Lesotho and Eswatini. I have taught statistics courses including: Elementary Statistics, Introduction to Data Analysis Methods, Design of Experiments, Introduction to Statistics, Introduction to Probability, Applied Regression Analysis and Categorical Data Analysis. My research interests are in Bio-Statistics and Regression Analysis. I am a member of the International Biometric Society.|
|Contact details||Off no: 5221 3606 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Qualifications||BSc. Statistics, MSc. Statistics (UFS)|
|Short Bio||I am currently a lecturer at The National University of Lesotho with an experience of ten years. I offer Statistics courses including Statistical Methods for Business I and II, Health Statistics and Network Analysis. My research interests are in Regression Analysis. I have served the Faculty of Social Sciences for three years as a student admission representative.|
|Contact details||Office no: +266 5221 3605 email@example.com|
|Name||Ms. Nthatisi Merylin Leseba|
|Qualifications||BA. Statistics and Demography (NUL), Masters on Population Studies (UKZN)|
|Short Bio||I have a background in research on youth development and public health. I have worked as a research assistant, data entry clerk and enumerator in the academic, private and public sector sectors.
· Social determinants of health,
· Environment and health,
· Health seeking behavior
· Youth development
· Demography modules
|Contact details||Off no: 5221 3608 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com|
|Name||Ms. Relebohile Bulane|
|Qualification||Cert. in Statistics (NUL), BA. Stats. and Dem. (NUL), BSc. Statistics (UFS), MSc. Statistics (UFS)|
|Short Bio||Currently a lecturer of statistics in the department of Statistics and Demography. Has worked at Bureau of Statistics as a statistician. Currently also a country (Lesotho) coordinator; for Young African Statisticians (YAS) for the term 2021-2022 and International Statistical Literacy Project. She has taught Statistics courses including: Design of Experiments, Elementary Statistics, Introduction to Data Analysis Methods, Introduction to Time Series and Operation research.|
|Contacts:||Off no: +266 5221 3607 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
|Name||Ms. Tšoamathe J. ‘Maseribane|
|Qualifications||Bachelor of Arts – Economics and Demography (NUL), Master of Population Studies (UKZN)|
|Tšoamathe is a population scientist with a diverse skills set and passion for data for sustainable development accrued over 20 years of progressive involvement in population and development activities. She re-joined the university in 2019 from the UNDP where she was providing strategic leadership in the Lesotho Data Project.
Prior to this she worked with the Lesotho Millennium Development Agency (LMDA) where she was leading the Monitoring & Evaluation (M&E) Section. At the same agency she worked with a team of experts to develop the second Compact for Lesotho, as an M&E Specialist. This was preceded by a career in academia as a Demography Lecturer at the National University of Lesotho (NUL); a Researcher at the National AIDS Commission; Senior Researcher at the Lesotho Tourism Development Corporation; Senior Statistician at the Bureau of Statistics and Research Consultant for various entities including government and UN agencies.
Sexual and Reproductive Health inclusive of HIV and AIDS; Youth Development; and Governance
Current Research Projects:
· Factors Associated with Skilled Birth Assistance in Lesotho after 2015
· Reproductive Health in Lesotho after ICPD
· Factors Associated with Gender Based Violence in Lesotho
Collaboration with the University of Southampton, UK on the Child Poverty Research Project.
|Contact details||Off no: 5221 3602 Email: email@example.com OR firstname.lastname@example.org|