Welcome to Kondura Technologies CC

the computer support company

Port Elizabeth, South Africa

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Kondura_Logo_250x250Kondura Technologies cc is a privately owned small business that was established by Craven Coetzee in 1998. He is sole member of the Closed Corporation and has been involved in a few other I.T. ventures with the name “Kondura” used prior to this. He has over 30 years of exposure to computers and over 25 years of exposure to the corporate IT industry.

Old_Business_Card_CutFrom 1987 to 1996, he did various projects in computer programming in some of the earliest database management systems. This company was a sole proprietry called “Kondura Software Development”. Projects included work in C (on a SCO Unix system), Clipper, dBase, FoxPro, Clarion, Visual Basic as well as working on and maintaining early Networks such as LANtastic, SCO Unix & Novell.

After moving to Port Elizabeth in mid-1996, he was employed by Compustat, a prominent I.T. service provider at the time as a Senior Network Engineer to service and support networks for their larger corporate customers, Cadbury’s & Good Year to mention but a few. After Compustat changed hands, he decided to launch a new venture, initially supporting a niche in the attorney market, but then later branching out to other corporate customers.

Kondura Logo Ring onlyThe company has grown from strength-to-strength and is now one of the most respected small, medium enterprise I.T. support companies in Port Elizabeth today. When other I.T. firms can’t solve a problem, they come to us.

The name “Kondura” and circular “hurricane” logo symbol was exclusively created by him in about 1985 when, as a young teenager and dabbling in early programming languages (GW Basic & C), he wanted to have a unique name for his programming projects. The original symbol was a hurricane in a circle symbolising “containing chaos and the bringing control out of chaos” In 2002, this company logo was later updated to the the modern-looking and more letterhead-friendly “K” symbol. The original symbol is still used in certain other businesses and projects.

Jabberwocky FINAL TMIn October 2010, the jabberwocky.co.za on-line web site was launched, but due to high incidents of attempts at credit card fraud, this site was converted in December 2011 to a technology blog to serve our customer base. The jabberwocky.co.za was redirected to the kondura.co.za web site.

We have since sold the name and rights of the jabberwocky.co.za artwork to a private individual.

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