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About the founder, Basimane Nathaniel Moikabi
Nathaniel Moikabi is the founder of Moikabi Post and Moikabi Investments, writer at Thrive Global, tech officer of Frederick Holdings and co-founder of Computing 4 Stars. Moikabi has studied Computing at Gaborone Institute of Professional Studies and Limkokwing University of Creative Technology.
Moikabi was born in Kagiso, Gauteng in 1988. His family lived in a part of Kagiso called Kagiso 2, Extension 6. They weren’t rich, but he never felt poor because his parents made many sacrifices. Moikabi moved to Ramotswa, Botswana in 1994.
Moikabi attended Kagiso Secondary School in Ramotswa, Botswana where he graduated in 2006. Kagiso is not as well-known as its rival, Moeding College in Otse, the former élite Tiger Kloof School that left South Africa in 1961 because of that country’s infamous Bantu– African – education system provided for black children.
Moikabi completed his job at Bogopa, Manewe, Tobedza & Co in 2012 when the firm had all the technology it needed to become a modern law firm. He left to start an Information Technology company called Moikabi Investments. It produced a social network called Chatterclub Evo.
Moikabi ran Chatterclub Evo for a few years and then left to pursue his bliss of writing, and consulting. He wrote for Doing Business in Main Mall Gaborone, Loving Yourself and Others, and H2SB.
In 2014, he started another website called Weekly Business News Summary.