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DFA partners with USTDA for feasibility study on rural digital-infrastructure roll-out

CENTURION, Gauteng – 10 June 2021 – DFA today announced the launch of a feasibility study in collaboration with the United States Trade and Development Agency (USTDA) that will look at the challenges of rolling out fibre in the rural areas of South Africa. The...

DFA managed service achieves global certification

CENTURION, Gauteng – 18 February 2021 – DFA has achieved MEF 3.0 Carrier Ethernet certification for its Magellan Access EPL service which is an E-Access Ethernet Private Line managed-service offering.

The shared benefits of connectivity mean a shared effort of providing it

As the need for connectivity becomes increasingly fundamental to our way of life, the need to deliver quality and cost-efficient connectivity and services by private communication services providers is of paramount importance. However, the cost of delivering quality...

DFA achieves Top Employer status

CENTURION, Gauteng – 25 January 2021 – DFA today announced that it has been awarded Top Employer status in South Africa for 2021 by the Top Employers Institute.

A story of a woman in ICT

Growing up in Thabakgone GaMamabolo in Limpopo I never conceived that I would find myself working as a fibre optic technician for one of South Africa’s largest ICT infrastructure companies. As a woman, I am one of very few. Despite all that is being done to increase...

Fast-evolving home-based connectivity needs pose a challenge to the telecommunications industry

With many more South Africans working remotely, homes have become offices from where we could be doing anything from attending a client meeting or live streaming a presentation or talk to completing tasks in the cloud, making progress on strategic projects, or...

Open access

Whether your organization is large or small, you have access to the same reliable fibre solutions as all of our other customers.


Monitoring and maintenance

Our network operations centre in Johannesburg keeps an eye on the running and maintenance of our network, ensuring that everything runs smoothly 24/7.

Cost effective

Our connectivity services and infrastructure saves you money: you don’t need to build and maintain your own network.

DFA granted license to operate in Zimbabwe

HARARE, Zimbabwe – 1 May 2020 – Open-access fibre-connectivity provider DFA has become the first telecommunications provider in 10 years to be granted an operating licence by the Postal and Telecommunication Regulatory Authority of Zimbabwe (POTRAZ). The awarding of...

No flattening of the fibre demand curve

The scale at which COVID-19 has altered the world was unfathomable just a few months ago: something in the region of a quarter of the world’s population is under lockdown or shelter-at-home orders, air travel is virtually shut down, countries have closed borders, and...

What drives us to be connected?

Forming bonds, building relationships, and staying connected is at the core of society. From physical social gatherings to virtual social networks, people need each other. But why do we have such an inherent desire to be connected? In his book Social: Why Our Brains...

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