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Likhwa M. Moyo

Likhwa Milton Moyo

Hi, my name's Likhwa and I am an app developer. I started my career as a banker but as fate would have it, I eventually found myself creating mobile apps.
I love life and I'm stubbornly optimistic. Somehow, I believe in happy endings and so I'm never satisfied if a story ends without the 'happily ever after' part. I am also a huge wrestling fan, a rapper who outgrew his passion and an avid follower of politics. So i'm sure you can easily guess that the three people I would most love to meet are The Undertaker, Jay Z and Barack Obama. 
Often mistaken for a shy person (I do have my quiet moments)... but just wait till I start yappin' 
Well enough about that... let me tell you a bit more about what I love and do.
In a nutshell, I primarily created this site to share my knowledge and expertise. It is my goal to teach people who might be interested in creating apps but do not have any programming experience. I use a mobile app... yes, a mobile app called Sketchware to create my apps. So almost anyone, anywhere can do this.
I also created this site to share my thoughts on dating and relationships. If you've ever been in love, then you know how awesome it feels. If you've ever been heartbroken then you know how that sucks too. I created this site with the hope of helping people find and experience true love whilst building meaningful relationships. I believe we can create a better world by simply spreading love and being kind to one another.
Lastly, I want to help people from all over the world to start and grow their own businesses. This will help them to unleash and make a living from their creativity. More importantly, it will improve the quality of life for all, as we experience new products, services and ways of doing things. This is the mission I have given myself in life and the focus of my work.
For more about my work, you can read about the Business Builder app below.

My Work
I have a number of apps on the Playstore, but there's one I hold dear. It was the first I ever created and has become the flagship of my brand.
(Disclaimer: I haven't updated it in a while, but I've created a newer, much better version with even cooler features which I'll be sharing with you soon.)

The business Builder app

Business builder app logo


The Business Builder App is a productivity app which combines planning, management and organisational tools to provide a one stop platform for small business management.


The Business Builder- Small Business Management Suite was officially launched on the Playstore on the 21st of August 2018. After about 3 months in development, a self taught programmer’s excel spreadsheet had morphed into a comprehensive guide for anyone starting or running a small business.

With an initial 10 downloads in its first month, the app soon went on to surpass the 50000 user mark just as it turned a year older. In January 2020 the small business management suite published its first Micro, Small and Medium Sized Enterprize (MSME) survey report. Currently sitting at around the 100000 user mark, read on to find out what the Business Builder is about.


Our Vision

To be the ultimate planning and management tool for start-ups and small businesses.

Our mission

Is to provide world class productivity tools and build a supportive environment for business leaders from all over the world.

Our values

  • Love
  • Integrity
  • Transparency
  • Humility
  • Fellowship


Business builder founder, Mr Likhwa Milton Moyo
Likhwa M. Moyo (Business Builder Founder)

The app was created by Likhwa M. Moyo for aspiring entrepreneurs and small business owners as they start and grow their businesses. Likhwa has worked extensively with Micro- Small and Medium Sized Enterprises and is passionate about bringing new ideas to life in the field of enterprise development. Likhwa is also a self taught programmer who is also a huge wrestling fan (Don’t judge).


The app and its founder Likhwa Moyo have been featured in a number of interviews and articles. Have a look at some of the articles below to learn more about us:

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If you would like to get in touch or work with us please use this form to contact us


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