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Do you have the code to crack a share of R40 000?

If you’ve made some kick-ass code in your final year of studying, submit it in our GovGeeksCode competition and you could win! 

The competition

We’re giving the winner a cash prize of R20 000, while the two runners-up will each receive R10 000

If you are one of the lucky winners, you will automatically qualify to participate in the selection process for the 2020 Boxfusion Graduate programme.

Submissions close 19 October 2019, winners will be notified by 30 October 2019.

We’re looking for solutions that solve a social problem or government challenge. Submit on your own or tackle it in a team, send us a summary of your solution and you could stand the chance to win!

Here’s what you need to know in order to participate in this year’s competition:

  • You must be a final year BSc Computer Science (or similar) student
  • You can work alone, or in a team of no more than 6 people
  • If you work in a team, the contribution and role of each member needs to be uploaded with your final submission
  • Your project could have been done as part of your year’s coursework or in your spare time for fun!
  • Upload your code to show how your solution works. The solution doesn’t have to be complete, but it must solve a government or social challenge.

Not ready to submit a solution, but curious about our graduate programme? Click here to find out more 

Projects should be submitted using the form below and must include:

  1. A short description of the project defining a clear problem statement and the proposed business solution (Max 200 words)
  2. A video demonstration of the project (Max 5 minutes).
  3. A link to your project code and other supporting materials
  4. If you worked in a team, include a comprehensive list of members and their contribution to the project.
  5. Indicate if you would like to be considered for the 2020 Boxfusion Graduate programme
Tell us in 200 words what problem your solution solves for and how
In order to ensure your solution qualifies, please provide us with a Dropbox/Google/OneDrive link where we can view your files and coding/demonstration of your solution.

Before you hit submit, remember to read the fine print!