There are several pathways to take in IT. Why coding?
From your experience with the coding classes. What is the common hurdle?
Their main hurdle is access to computers and the internet. This is common for most Africans since less than 10% of Africans are online. We are addressing that by removing both the computer and internet access as a barrier to learning the basics of coding. In that way, we can really talk about “Computer Science for All.
Africa Teen Geeks is a non-profit org, how would you pitch to get investments within your organisation or in the tech industry as a whole.
Let’s talk startups. How good should a coder be before starting their own coding company?
Generally speaking there is a gender gap in our IT industry. How can we close the gap and break the stereotypes?
Knit2code, now that’s genius! Please share with us how this came about and how you executed your idea.
What scares you the most and why?
I can only imagine the feeling after being named one of the 50 visionary women in tech to watch out for in 2017. How did you know and what was going on in your mind at the time? Tell us all about it.
What plans do you have for the future and how do you intend to reach your goals?
I believe to be a successful entrepreneur you have to be a great leader. So Lindiwe what’s your leadership style?
What’s your favourite day of the week?
Finally, what last impression do you want to leave?
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