Denmark via Mazowe built Wa-Faya’s app; Zim developers anything is possible

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Developer Takudzwa Shamhu

Takudzwa Shamhu is a local developer who works for Pleo, a Danish fintech firm that creates solutions to manage business expenses. We recently had a chat with him about his very interesting journey from working at Telco after graduating from Chinhoyi University to ending up in Europe. Oh… and how he built Wa-Faya’s app in just six months.

He shared also shared some of the lessons he learned from his journey and how Zimbabwean developers can take advantage of international opportunities.

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  1. Anonymous

    l once worked with this guy…. Thats good what this guy did and l tell you soon its going to me