Tech innovator Noluvuyo Gqadu on why she teaches three-year-olds to code

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Noluvuyo  Gqadu is the founder of Codengwana, which teaches kids aged 3-12 coding.
Noluvuyo Gqadu is the founder of Codengwana, which teaches kids aged 3-12 coding.

She knows what it's like to not have access to computers and the internet. 

Noluvuyo Gqadu (34) grew up in the Eastern Cape and like most children from the rural areas, she didn’t have access to technology but she was curious about it.

And now, years later, that curiosity has paid off and she's a leader in the tech space. Noluvuyo now has an impressive list of achievements and wants to make it easier for children to access technology.

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