“One of the major constraints of developing world-class digital content in South Africa, and elsewhere in Africa, is a shortage of people with specialised skills…”
As the winner, team Authentic8 received R150 000 and will now enter the incubation period – a seven-month membership to the Tshimologong Precinct incubation programme to further develop their solution.
Most exciting is the announcement that both 2018 Fak’ugesi Digital Africa Resident Joshua Chiundiza and 2017 Fak’ugesi Digital Africa Resident Kombo Chapfika – both from Zimbabwe – have been chosen to present work as artists.
This is an opportunity for us to start telling African stories the African way
The applications open on November 15th and close on January 13th…..We will be making the announcement at DISCOP
Patrick Palmi is a highly successful visionary African Digital Entrepreneur and Mobile innovator. Patrick holds a double bachelor degree in Engineering and IT from the University of Johannesburg supplemented with a vast experience in selling telecoms solutions, designing and building Mobile Networks in Africa for large operators including MTN, Airtel, Vodacom, Safaricom, etc. Patrick has built over the past 10 […]