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#Top15YoungGeeks: Last Chance To Nominate Your Faves

What a year 2018 was a vibrant year in the South African tech space. Lots of moves were made by local Geeks. It was a year where a first cabinet-approved Hackathon was hosted in South Africa, Minister Ayanda Dlodlo of the Department of Public Service and Administration also coded with C# to launch IgniteHack.

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Certainly a stamina boost for the local ecosystem to see Government officials mix-up in a platform to build solutions that matters.

Speaking of solutions that matters...

It's important that we profile the South African Tech ecosystem as it grows on its own pace.

Top 15 Young Geeks from 2018:

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Inspiring stories from these Geeks, checkout the 2018 Top 15 Young Geeks list.

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Who will make it to the list in 2019? The power is in your hands, nominate your favourites before 16:00, on Tuesday 30 April. A Top 25 will also be profiled and the public will be allowed to vote.

NOMINATE: geekulcha.com/young-geeks

Tiyani Nghonyama

Tiyani Nghonyama

COO of Geekulcha in SA. A software and hardware developer, Tiyani drives social development initiatives such as RHOK Pretoria, Arduino Day South Africa, and the Geekulcha VacWork, among others.

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