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#MuzindaHackathon: the winning app

   

So the Muzinda Umuzi hub Hackathon is over and what a day it’s been! We learnt so much as usual, met some amazing new people (there are always new people to meet even in a small city like Harare!) and the hackathon ends with the promise of some interesting possibilities regarding tech startups in general.

That said here are the winners of this hackathon are the team iDzidzo who developedĀ an app that makes studying fun (read about it here) that replaces the old traditional group study. As the winning team, iDzidzo got 2 tablets and 2 internet dongles.

An iDzidzo team member, Jabulani Mpofu receives a prize at the Hackathon
An iDzidzo team member, Jabulani Mpofu (right), receives a prize at the Hackathon.

The runner-ups were BIT who did the N Squared team of the “Help a Student” app and Team BIT of the Syllabus app. Innocent Sarawadano the 6th form student also got the “most promising team” prize. You can read more about the apps the teams developed as part of the hackathon here.

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