Every year the Mail&Guardian in South Africa compiles a list of the Top 200 Young South Africans. The candidates are chosen “for their impact, their creativity and the resonance of their values with the project of building the South Africa that we all want to live in: vibrant, prosperous, equitable, diverse and hungry for the challenges of growth and change.”
I am happy to say that I made the list this year, and am honoured to be among the Top 200 Young South Africans in 2011. In fact. it’s great to still be viewed as young. Sometimes working in the tech space and seeing just how young some of the other guys are, you start to feel really old
Making the list would not have been possible without the support and efforts of all of my family and friends, this includes everyone at Forum Nokia who encouraged me to follow my dream and who helped and guided me with development training to make sure that porting my idea’s from paper to mobile platforms has been relatively easy. To everyone who supported me during the last few years and ultimately made this possible a HUGE thank you.
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