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Corporate Social Investment

DFA’s leadership team consists of experts from a diverse range of fields and backgrounds. Each of our executive committee members are leaders in their spheres of influence and come with a wealth of knowledge and experience. They bring this to bear in everything we do and in how we proceed as a business. One thing that our leaders all have in common is that we are passionate about developing telecommunications in South Africa, while uplifting and empowering local communities.

We believe that it is the responsibility of companies like DFA to partner with government, business and civil society to uplift and improve South Africans’ quality of life, particularly those living in rural communities. We do this through sustainable development and transformation as we seek to empower South Africa’s black youth in the telecommunications space.

Skills development

In 2017 we have undertaken to fund the learnerships of 40 students, 28 of whom are people living with disabilities, and 50% of whom are unemployed. All learners will receive a monthly stiped for the duration of their studies, and upon completion will have obtained an NQF 4 Project Management, allowing them to be employed within the ICT industry.

Irene Middle School

We have undertaken to sponsor, install, manage, and maintain fibre optic cables at this school in Pretoria. As a result, school children have access to the Internet for their school projects and can participate in subjects such as Media Studies.

Vastfontein community project

Together with our subsidiaries, we have provided a fibre link to a school in Hammanskraal to ensure that the school pupils from this underprivileged community have access to the Internet and are able to participate in subjects such as Media Studies.

Project Sisonke

This initiative seeks to create a platform for a top-rated school in Pretoria to connect and interact with neighbouring schools in disadvantaged areas like Mamelodi and Soshanguve.

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