As a Vodacom Community Services Franchisee, Braam established more than 600 community public phones in the Vhembe region of Limpopo and parts of Mpumalanga. This led to his appointment as Project implementer for Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) to stablish infopreneurs (information gathering entrepreneurs) in the Makhado Local Municipality area. He conducted a survey of more than 4 000 SMME’s in Makhado and compiled a database on them. The team did an indigenous knowledge survey in the Makhado area, got to know the traditional leaders in the area and compiled a database of Indigenous Knowledge and started to harvest this knowledge on behalf of Department of Science and Technology. The survey was expanded to a survey of SMME’s and Indigenous Knowledge in the Vhembe District where we worked with 20 people in Vhembe and 4 people in Frances Baard District, Northern Cape. Braam is currently the Indigenous Knowledge Systems Distribution Centre Coordinator in Limpopo based at University of Venda. They surveyed and recorded indigenous knowledge in six communities managing a group of 15 people in this project. They surveyed 491 people and captured 244 videos about Indigenous Knowledge. These initiatives were expanded to ICT support of the inTouch database in Chimoio Mozambique, focusing on agriculture data and agri-business.