#Hack.Jozi Challenge Winner makes an app to improve retail in SA

Budding information technology company MoWallet walked away with R1 million after they won the inaugural #Hack.Jozi Challenge at a gala dinner at the University of the Witwatersrand in Johannesburg this week.

.#Hack.Jozi Challenge is an initiative of the City of Johannesburg and Wits University that seeks to give talented young developers and digital creatives a platform to create digital solutions to deal with the city's issues.

The winning app "MoWallet" is an app that delivers coupons to customers who can redeem them and exchange them for various products at the local spaza shop. The app won the judges over because it promises to provide more convenience to the lower end market.

Azania spoke to the brains behind this app, Desmond Mongwe on Weekend Breakfast - listen to the interview below:

You can find out more information about this app by watching this video.


This article first appeared on 702 : #Hack.Jozi Challenge Winner makes an app to improve retail in SA


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