Isaac Mophatlane on government accountability, the ICT sector, and tech startups

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Isaac Mophatlane on government accountability, the ICT sector, and tech startups

Highlights

01: 20 Navigating subtle instances as a trade

12: 41 Conserving the South African authorities accountable

25: 59 Entrepreneurs procure extra alternatives

33: 34 What South Africa needs to enact publish COVID-19 pandemic

39: 19
Supporting South African tech startups

At 47 years used, Isaac Mophatlane is accurately a dilapidated in South Africa’s ICT sector and the broader ICT sector throughout Africa. It’s now not due to his age however pretty his abilities inside the trade that qualifies him as such.

From beginning up, together with his unhurried twin brother Benjamin Mophatlane, as shopper and minute trade software salespeople at a retail software retailer inside the mid-to-unhurried 1990s in Pretoria, right as much as selling an organization he co-founded together with his brother, BCX (previously Commerce Connexion), for roughly $200 million to Telkom, he been inside the trenches.

On this episode, Isaac shares how his dart is constant as an investor into ICT corporations, his recommendations on governance in South Africa, and extra.

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