Winning Women | Zandile Mkwanazi: Solving real life problems with technology

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Zandile Mkhwanazi, the CEO and founder of GirlCode, is inspiring young girls and women. Photo: Supplied
Zandile Mkhwanazi, the CEO and founder of GirlCode, is inspiring young girls and women. Photo: Supplied

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Women in South Africa are doing great things, but if they don’t support each other, they will not get the recognition they deserve, especially in male-dominated spaces.

Zandile Mkwanazi, the founder and chairperson of technology hub GirlCode, says it is very important for women to help each other.

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