Aya Kyogoku and Risa Tabata say developers from both genders have something different to bring to the table at Ninentendo.
Thirty high school girls from Southern Africa get the chance to participate in STEM workshops and mentoring during a week-long expo.
Applications for the awards hosted by the Department of Small Business Development close tomorrow.
Team Charis beat 10 other teams from various countries to win the Technovation 2015 competition and receive a $10 000 grand prize.
120 high school girls will be heading to Rwanda for a month-long programme that aims to equip them with skills in several scientific and artistic fields.
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The workshops aim to introduce girls to coding and replicate the program in schools across Jo’burg.