Just two days after the news that Vodacom’s chief technology officer, Andries Delport, is leaving for Remgro-controlled telecommunications provider CIVH, the group has announced the exit of its chief financial officer, Till Streichert.
Remgro-controlled CIVH is quietly becoming a serious player in South Africa’s telecoms landscape – one that has the potential, if it executes well on its plans, to become a major contender in a rapidly shifting sector.
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Outgoing Vodacom Group chief technology officer Andries Delport will join CIVH as CTO where he will drive the strategy around the Remgro-controlled group’s big expansion plans in the telecommunications sector.
Vodacom Group’s long-serving chief technology officer, Andries Delport, has resigned after 23 years with the telecommunications operator.
At one point at the weekend, Cool Ideas’ network was flooded with 500Gbit/s of junk traffic, affecting the ability of its customers to connect to both local and international websites.