Back in the early 2000s when the CSS Zen Garden was a big deal, some of the popular concepts in good front-end development were:
Microsoft South Africa are proud to introduce you to their new leader, Zoaib Hoosen, who has taken over the role of managing director from Mteto Nyati. This strategic change has been in the works for the past year, starting with Zoaib’s appointment to the strategic role of COO in July 2013.
Prior to joining Microsoft, Zoaib spent almost 21 years at IBM, where he started as an IT graduate in 1989, before rising through the ranks to eventually head up the company’s Middle East and Africa Public Sector Business.
Zoaib joined Microsoft SA in 2010 as the Enterprise and Partner Group Director, before being appointed COO one year ago. Zoaib currently holds BSc and MBA degrees from the University of Durban-Westville and Open University in the UK respectively.
Mteto is not leaving Microsoft, as he will now be working with Microsoft’s leadership teams across the Middle East and Africa in the role of General Manager: MEA Emerging Regions. In this capacity, he will be developing and implementing growth strategies for the emerging markets within the MEA region.
It’s that time of the year again; no I’m not referring to the winter but rather financial year end for many large companies!
We have managed to secure an internship programme through Morvest which will run to December 2014 starting on the 1st of July.
There will be 4 tracks focusing on different levels and sectors within ITC consisting of 12 interns per track!