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SuperLead Podcast Episode 95 with Noluvuyo Gqadu – Founder at CodeNgwana on her journey of teaching children from disadvantaged areas computational thinking and how to code

On this podcast Maanda Tshifularo (SuperLead CEO) interviewed Noluvuyo Gqadu who is the founder of CodeNgwana, an organisation that is focused on teaching children from disadvantaged areas how to code. Noluvuyo is an award-winning technology professional, notably one of the 2021 Mail n Guardian 200 Young South Africans. She has written stories about technology for kids and has published three books, including a coding encyclopaedia that has been translated into isiXhosa and Setswana. She is involved in numerous initiatives aimed at closing the digital divide. Most recently, she helped translate the MIT Scratch Junior curriculum into isiXhosa. She holds a Master in Information Systems degree from UCT. On this interview, Noluvuyo talks about how her passion for solving social issues through technology led to the birth of CodeNgwana. Her main objective is helping the African child go digital through teaching computational thinking and coding. You can order her books on CodeNgwana website at www.codengwana.co.za

 

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Noluvuyo Gqadu who is the founder of CodeNgwana

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  1. Wow…super inspirational indeed. Leadership personified!

SuperLead Podcast Episode 95 with Noluvuyo Gqadu – Founder at CodeNgwana on her journey of teaching children from disadvantaged areas computational thinking and how to code