in loco program

in loco fellows blog series #3: Success comes from good networking and a lot of experience

In this day and age in our country of Lesotho in order to succeed in any profession you’ve got to have connections and experience, a college diploma/degree alone does not guarantee success. I got introduced...

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Lesotho, a land with a big smile

Read the experience of a visiting architect from Italy to Lesotho

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in loco fellows blog series #2: Becoming who, I will

Read the 2nd in the in loco blog series 2019 where you get an insight into the thoughts and feelings of our fellows. This blog is by Nkhole Thakhisi fondly known as Kole.

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Lesotho Blues

This time last year it was just an idea. Today, that experience inspired an ambition and a change in my career. Was it already…? This time, a year ago? I still remember various thoughts popping...

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IN LOCO FELLOWS BLOG SERIES 2019 #1: I am because we are

Read our first in loco fellows' blog about being a female fellow in a male dominated sector

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IN LOCO FELLOWS BLOG SERIES #10: Learning by Doing is the best way to grow

One way to understand how the real world operates after completing tertiary level, is not only through other people’s preconceived ideas and notions, but also by actually being with them and learning the skills and...

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Monthly Film Screenings & Debates

                                                                                    

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IN LOCO FELLOWS BLOG SERIES #9: No construction background…yet an in loco fellow

Towards the end of August 2017, that is when I heard about in loco. I didn’t even have to think twice about applying for it but there was a challenge for me, one of the...

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Entrepreneurship in Lesotho – The Past, Present and Future

Here is some fascinating reading from Dr Sean Maliehe (PhD), a postdoctoral research fellow in the Human Economy Programme, Centre for Advancement of Scholarship, University of Pretoria. Dr Maliehe works on the economic history of...

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IN LOCO FELLOWS BLOG SERIES #8: 8 months of my life – Four roles in which I rose to the occasion

August 2017: I had just received a call from the Head of Programs from my former beloved school Lerotholi Polytechnic asking me to apply for some fellowship called In loco. I wasn’t interested until the...

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