Various IT Web Technical Jobs

VARIOUS IT TECHNICAL JOBS AVAILABLE IN AFRCIA* 

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IT Technicial Job Opportunities in Africa

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Nine High Tech Pioneers in

Africa with Potential Job offers

Jason Njoku

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Jason Njoku, founder of iROKOtv His website can be accessed here: http://iroko.ng/ Employment opportunities please go here: http://iroko.ng/contact/ The British-Nigerian entrepreneur founded iROKOtv which hosts the most extensive online catalogue of Nollywood content in the world. Nicknamed the Netflix of Africa, iROKOtv is one of the continent’s biggest internet TV providers and has raised over $35m in international investment.

Funke Opeke

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Funke Opeke, is founder and the CEO of MainOne Her website can be accessed here: https://www.mainone.net/ Employment opportunities please send your email to: info@mainone.net Her company, MainOne is responsible for bringing broadband connectivity to Nigeria, and other west African countries, via a 7,000km undersea fibre optic cable from Portugal. The company now provides wholesale internet capacity to eight countries across the region.

Opeyemi Awoyemi, Ayodeji Adewunmi and Olalekan Olude

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Opeyemi Awoyemi, Ayodeji Adewunmi and Olalekan Olude, are the cofounders of the company Jobberman Their Online company website can be accessed here: https://www.jobberman.com/ Employment opportunities please send to: https://www.jobberman.com/contact/ The idea for Jobberman, sub-Saharan Africa’s largest jobs site was conceived in the student dorm room of its cofounders, Opeyemi Awoyemi, Ayodeji Adewunmi and Olalekan Olude, in 2009. Seven years on and the site is now used by over 45,000 companies and is valued at millions of dollars.

Mbwana Alliy

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Mbwana Alliy is the founder and managing partner of Savannah Fund for tech startups in Africa, specializing in $25,000-$500,000 seed investments. His company website can be accessed here: https://angel.co/savannah-fund Employment opportunities please send to: https://angel.co/jobs As of this year, Alliy has invested in 22 companies across six African countries – Kenya, Uganda, South Africa, Zimbabwe Nigeria and Ghana – and has generated over 200 full-time jobs and raised more than $20m.

Nii Quaynor

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Nii Quaynor is a computer scientist and engineer and is a pioneer of internet development and expansion on the continent of Africa. He was the first African to be elected to the board of the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN), the global non-profit body that coordinates databases across the internet and is often referred to as the “father of the internet in Africa”. His webpage can be accessed here: https://twitter.com/niinarkuquaynor

Jepchumba

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Jepchumba is the founder of digital artist and founder of the African Digital Art project, that provides an online space to display the work of African artists using technology in their work, and a space for digital artists to connect. She recently received a Creative Disturbance Fellowship, and has been listed by Forbes as one of the 20 Youngest Power Women in Africa. Her website can be accessed here: http://africandigitalart.com/ Employment opportunities please send to: http://africandigitalart.com/submissions/

Mteto Nyati

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Mteto Nyati is the CEO of MTN South Africa, the country’s second largest telecommunications provider, since July 2015. He previously worked at MTN South Africa’s parent MTN Group, and at Microsoft and IBM. Mteto Nyati twitter webpage can be accessed here:https://twitter.com/mteton His company website is located here: https://www.mtn.co.za/Pages/Home.aspx For employment opportunities please send to: https://e-business-hub.mtn.co.za/OA_HTML/OA.jsp?page=/oracle/apps/irc/candidateSelfService/webui/VisHomePG&akRegionApplicationId=821&OAPB=IRC_BRAND&transactionid=1411816550&language_code=US&p_home_url=/OA_HTML/IrcVisitor.jsp&OASF=IRC_VIS_HOME_PAGE&OAHP=IRC_EXT_SITE_VISITOR_APPL&rfctx=jVkBtc0QIeKEVvSMEf.G1UnUiLc-kgAxkhY8.INzwEc&oas=qxcqkW1HTLEHNm7PmzdbNA.

Hilda Moraa

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Hilda Moraa is the founder and CEO of Weza Tele Ltd. Hilda Moraa is known for her work as the founder and CEO of Weza Tele Ltd. A Kenyan startup that offers supply chain, payroll and distribution solutions for businesses and a company that sold for over $1m in 2015. And please send them your CV and details indicating clearly the title of job you are interested in. Her company website can be accessed here: http://wezatele.com/ For employment opportunities please go here: info@wezatele.com Moraa has since become a director at PesaZetu, a mobile lending marketplace To contact Hilda Moraa at PesaZetu, go here: http://pesazetu.co/app/aboutus.html

Ory Okolloh

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Ory Okolloh is an activist, lawyer, blogger and technology commentator. She helped to create Ushahidi, and mapping platform that crowd-sourced incidents of violence after Kenya’s disputed 2007 election. The site has since been used to map crisis everywhere from Haiti to Gaza.  Okolloh was previously Google’s policy manager for Africa and now works with the Omidyar Network. In 2014 she was featured in Time magazine’s top 100 list of the world’s most influential people. Her webpage can be accessed here: https://twitter.com/kenyanpundit