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Increased black ownership a key element of DFA Level 1 B-BBEE achievement

CENTURION, Gauteng – 1 December 2021 – DFA announced that its shareholders had made notable progress in increasing its black ownership, helping it to achieve a Level 1 B-BBEE rating following its latest audit. Bolstered by 45% ownership by historically disadvantaged...

Driving equality in the ICT sector

The dire shortage of specific industry skills and the growing demand for these talents mean that the industry has the opportunity to meet the capacity gap by encouraging more women to join the ICT sector. This is the view of Portia Thokoane, Chief Human Capital...

Deploying the digital future

The Rapid Deployment Policy on offer from the government has the potential to transform South Africa and the industry  The Rapid Deployment Policy has a very clear purpose and intent. Its goal is to facilitate the rapid deployment of facilities and networks that will...

Leadership change at DFA

CENTURION, Gauteng – 14 June 2021 – ICT-focused investment-holding company Community Investment Ventures Holdings (CIVH) today announced that Thinus Mulder will formally step down as CEO of its subsidiary DFA on 30 September 2021. CIVH group CEO and DFA chairman,...

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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. DFA joins 1,691 companies in 120 countries globally, including only 97 local companies, who are recognized...

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...

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