Remgro-controlled fibre telecommunications company Dark Fibre Africa has appointed Heydon Hall as chief information officer.
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Dark Fibre Africa has informed staff that it will embark on a significant restructuring and cost-cutting process that will include retrenchments.
Former Vodacom Group chief technology officer Andries Delport will replace Thinus Mulder as CEO of Dark Fibre Africa, Remgro-controlled DFA parent CIVH said on Monday.
Vodacom has appointed Dejan Kastelic to replace the long-serving Andries Delport as its group chief technology officer. Kastelic will start on 1 May, subject to receiving a work permit.
Vodacom said on Wednesday that it has “significantly accelerated” investment in its network in recent weeks to cater for growing demand for mobile and fixed Internet access during the lockdown.
Remgro’s CIVH has made it crystal clear that it wants to be a major player in South Africa’s planned wholesale open-access network and has lobbied communications regulator Icasa to provide strong support to the new entity.
Vodacom Group on Thursday rubbished a report suggesting its CEO, Shameel Joosub, will soon leave the helm of the telecommunications operator to take on a new role as CEO of Vodafone Africa.
Remgro-controlled telecommunications group Community Investment Ventures Holdings, the parent of Dark Fibre Africa and Vumatel, has appointed Raymond Ndlovu as CEO.
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.