The rapid deployment policy on offer from the government has the potential to transform South Africa and the industry, says Dark Fibre Africa executive Vino Govender.
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Promoted | Dark Fibre Africa was recently awarded Top Employer status in South Africa for 2021 by the Top Employers Institute. Company executives Portia Thokoane and Vino Govender explain how they did it in this podcast.
Promoted | As connectivity becomes fundamental to our way of life, the need to deliver quality and cost-effective access by private service providers is of paramount importance. By Vino Govender.
Promoted podcast | TechCentral speaks to Dark Fibre Africa executive for strategy, mergers & acquisitions Vino Govender about the digital transformation project the company embarked on and the lessons learnt.
Promoted | There is a huge responsibility on Dark Fibre Africa to deliver digital infrastructure at scale to support South Africa’s future industrial, business, social and economic development plans. By Vino Govender.
Promoted | Dark Fibre Africa executive for strategy, mergers & acquisitions Vino Govender joins the TechCentral podcast for a discussion on how Covid-19 and the lockdown in South Africa have affected both DFA and the telecommunications industry more broadly.
Promoted | A lasting effect of Covid-19 will be the increased demand for reliable connectivity. The industry must embrace the opportunity to enable a more digitalised society. By Vino Govender.
The joint and collaborative efforts of telecommunications providers will go a long way toward providing solutions and creating tomorrow’s technology-enabled workforce. By Vino Govender.
Open-access fibre telecommunications specialist Dark Fibre Africa has made its first move outside South Africa.
Dark Fibre Africa sees fifth-generation wireless broadband networks as a big growth opportunity as the infrastructure needed to power these networks will require extensive backhaul to a much denser network of base