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Advancing 4IR through CSI

With enormous potential to better human lives, the dawn of the connected technological age has placed telecommunications companies at the foreground of advancement of society. The onus is on companies within the 4IR value chain to take the lead in ensuring that the...

Building the skills to participate in the 4IR

Having adequate levels of education and digital skills capacity and capability is pivotal in ensuring that South Africa maximizes the benefits of the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR). However, this is a major challenge that South Africa faces while trying to meet...

Public–private partnerships

The term technology is wide and far reaching – it refers to a plethora of things.  It can refer to manufacturing technologies, process technologies, and building technologies, for example. This article focuses on the technology that is today and for the...

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.

South African business prepares for AI-based collaboration

The latest Strategy Analytics Global Mobile Workforce Forecast Update predicts that the mobile workforce will be 1.87 billion strong by 2022 – over 40% of the world’s total number of workers. That is close to 2 billion people who will need to be constantly connected...

Dark Fibre Africa sees 5G as big growth opportunity

Dark Fibre Africa sees fifth-generation (5G) wireless broadband networks as a big growth opportunity as the infrastructure needed to power these networks will require extensive fibre backhaul to connect a much denser network of base stations. DFA CEO, Thinus...

Dark Fibre Africa expands into Zim amid acquisition rumours

HARARE, Zimbabwe – 22 June 2018 – Dark Fibre Africa (DFA) has confirmed the launch of its business in Zimbabwe as it looks to expand its business beyond South Africa and extend its existing 10 000km fibre network. Vino Govender, Acting Chief Strategy Officer at DFA...

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