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Dark Fibre Africa talks 5G opportunity

5G’s required fibre densification is positive news for infrastructure players like Dark Fibre Africa.


DFA chooses CA Southern Africa

Dark Fibre Africa has engaged with CA Southern Africa to provide several application programming interface management solutions.

Apr 8, 2019

Tribunal to decide on Vumatel, CIVH union

The Competition Tribunal hosts a competition hearing, as CIVH seeks to increase its shareholding in Vumatel.

Apr 2, 2019

Laying a foundation for the digital economy

To date, DFA has invested billions in the roll-out of more than 13 000km of fibre across the country, servicing enterprises and citizens alike.

Mar 5, 2019

DFA extends services into Africa

Fibre and connectivity provider DFA has opened an office in Harare, Zimbabwe, marking its first network expansion into Africa.


SqwidNet makes Phathizwe Malinga permanent MD

Internet of things player SqwidNet finally appoints a permanent MD to replace Reshaad Sha, who left in April.

Aug 29, 2018

Local business prepares for AI-based collaboration

Technologies like artificial intelligence, machine learning and deep learning are making inroads in the collaboration process, says Dark Fibre Africa.

Jul 27, 2018

AI: What it means for South African businesses

Dark Fibre Africa's Vino Govender will discuss AI's potential to drive economic growth at ITWeb's AI conference next week.


DFA positioned to take advantage of 5G

Dark Fibre Africa sees a lot of opportunity coming from the approaching roll-out of 5G in South Africa.

Jun 13, 2018

Vumatel suitor foresees fibre market consolidation

Although there are many players in the market, in future the industry will consolidate, says Community Investment Ventures Holdings.


You wear it well

Wearable technologies are the wave of the future, and can have a positive impact on a range of industries, provided there is fast, high-quality connectivity for them to make use of.

Apr 10, 2018

Liquid Telecom SA appoints Reshaad Sha as new CEO

Reshaad Sha, who has served on the executive teams of both SqwidNet and Dark Fibre Africa, will be the new Liquid Telecom CEO for the South African region, effective 1 June.

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