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On the 4th of January 2014, I (Neo Hutiri) was diagnosed with Tuberculosis (TB) and started my treatment. I was collecting medication from my public clinic in Bophelong township in Vanderbijlpark, an industrial manufacturing small town. The initial treatment phase of my disease was 6 months. During my treatment, my biggest challenge was the long waiting times at the clinic, I was losing over 3 hours on long queues with every visit. Most of the other patients that waited along with me had to miss work just to collect their medicine.

It’s really challenging having to plan your day around a visit to the clinic. We are very familiar with how demotivating it is to wait for hours on hours just to comply with treatment cycles when you could be at work. We then started being curious about what can be done and how we can play an active role in solving this challenge. Our journey started with visiting clinics and really paying attention to why this problem still persists.



To Develop, Promote and Scale Inclusive Technologies Solving Challenges of Access to Healthcare in African.

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meet our talented team at Pelebox, dedicated to creating more technological solutions.


Software Developer

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Sarah is a graduate with a software development qualification, she has a passion for the intersection property and technology. She likes to act serious but can never pulls it off. Highly committed and driven by her desire to be part of something larger than her reality.


Software Developer

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Tharollo is a computer science graduate, a futurist by nature driven by the possibility of what can be. Highly analytical and always searching for patterns and connections. You can always find him singing old songs (Ringo) and invoking calmness within the team when times are touch.



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Neo graduated with a BSc in Electrical Engineering and joined ArcelorMittal SA as an automation engineer. He took up an operations management role working as a technical assistant to the COO of ArcelorMittal SA while also completing a Masters in Engineering (Industrial Engineering) at Wits. He later ventured out into the technology startup ecosystem in Johannesburg and is now the founder of Technovera, a technology start-up developing smart solutions. He has a passion for nurturing the entrepreneurial culture and is heavily invested in the development and adoption of smart technologies in the African healthcare space.


Head of Technology

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Piyush graduated with BEng in Computer Science and went on to join BOSCH as a software engineer for 6 years. He has worked on various Microsoft technologies and excelled from software developer to technical specialist. He then moved to McAfee (Intel Security) as a software automation framework developer and holds a Masters in Technology (Software Systems). Piyush is the “tech guy” and is inspired by technology which can improve our lives.


Software Developer

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Aviwe is an avid problem solve driven by her desire for complex and unfamiliar challenges. She has a background in android development and graduated from Tshwane University of Technology. She is passionate about inclusion and how technology can facilitate a wider reach.

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South Africa

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