29 Jun 2020
June 29, 2020--Former Thetsane high school students namely Rammakoa Monese aged twenty two (22) and Mthimkhulo Sefeane aged twenty one (21) have introduced a mobile fridge and radio that have won regional awards.
Monese who is now an employee in the Ministry of Home Affairs and Sefeane BSc general student at the National University of Lesotho (NUL) are adamant with necessary support, the said projects can go a long way in creating jobs for youth.
To achieve their goals, the pair have recently showcased their creativity and innovation to the Ministry of Communications, Science and Technology (MCST) team led by Honourable Minister, Chief Thesele ‘Maseribane.
Giving a synopsis of their previous meeting with MCST team, Monese is hopeful that going forward their creative ideas will go a long way in bringing a positive change to the lives of many, especially at this time when the country is battling COVID-19 turmoil.
“We have formed partnership with MCST and are looking forward towards getting investors who would otherwise invest in our work for the purposes of growth,” Monese underlined.
Therefore, he appealed to youth not to be distressed by the current state of COVID-19 instead think outside the box, use technology to come up with projects and initiatives that can sustain the country during and post COVID-19.
Despite challenges facing Lesotho today, the country through Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) also aims to ensure creation of jobs while also ensure quality of health for its nationals.