Dark Fibre Africa has informed staff that it will embark on a significant restructuring and cost-cutting process that will include retrenchments.
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Vodacom Group may consider a separate listing of its financial services business in South Africa to unlock value.
Vodacom Group will acquire a co-controlling interest, along with Remgro and New GX Capital, in a new entity made up of assets including Vumatel and Dark Fibre Africa.
Stanlib Asset Management has invested R2.4-billion in the Khudu Pitje family-controlled company to accelerate the roll-out of broadband across the country.
Richard Came, one of the founding investors in Vumatel and Dark Fibre Africa, has sold his remaining stake in CIVH,…
Remgro-controlled CIVH reduced its losses in the year ended 30 June 2021, with its contribution to headline earnings of a loss of R435-million, from R649-million a year ago.
Rudi Jansen, a former CEO of Mweb and a pioneer in South Africa’s early Internet industry, has died. Jansen passed away on Saturday — from a heart attack, according to an industry colleague.
South Africa’s mobile operators, including Vodacom, MTN and Rain, are set to face a big challenge to their business models from an unexpected quarter: fixed-line broadband. By Duncan McLeod.
CIVH, the Remgro-controlled company that owns Dark Fibre Africa and Vumatel, is now worth more than Telkom, the company that once enjoyed an absolute monopoly over telecommunications in South Africa.
Remgro said on Monday that it is participating in a the second tranche of a rights offer by CIVH, the parent of fibre telecommunications companies Vumatel and Dark Fibre Africa, aimed at reducing debt.