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This article was originally published on hxt There’s a bit of confusion among the average South African consumer about how fibre networks operate; specifically around who installs them, and how it’s possible to see a DFA, OpenServe, or Vumatel van... Read More
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This article was originally published on MyBroadband Thinus Mulder, the CEO of Dark Fibre Africa (DFA) has implored fibre players and telecoms companies to work together on infrastructure. Speaking at the 2018 MyBroadband Conference, Mulder said... Read More
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Speaking at an event in Sandton, Johannesburg, Dark Fibre Africa (DFA) CEO Thinus Mulder said he expects data prices for fibre packages to decrease as uptake in South Africa increases. “I think we will eventually see fibre data prices falling as a... Read More
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This article was originally published on MyBroadband The rapid pace of fibre growth and increasing competition in the fibre environment will lead to drastically different customer packages than what we see today. This is according to Dark Fibre... Read More
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This article was originally published on BusinessTech Dark Fibre Africa chief executive Thinus Mulder says the group is working on a 5G strategy with its customers to take advantage of what is expects to become a trillion dollar industry. Mulder... Read More
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This article was originally published on MyBroadband Dark Fibre Africa (DFA) continues to expand its fibre network, and is set to roll out a lot more fibre going forward, DFA acting chief strategy officer Vino Govender has told MyBroadband. DFA is... Read More
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This article was originally published on BusinessTech The increased adoption of new and evolving digital technologies will continue to transform the way businesses innovate their operating models, digitise their product and services portfolios and... Read More
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This article was originally published on MyBroadband In 2018, DFA will continue to expand its fibre footprint – increasing its reach into small towns and buildings. This is according to Vino Govender, acting chief strategy officer at DFA. DFA is... Read More
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This article was originally published on BusinessTech Dark Fibre Africa (DFA), a provider of open-access fibre infrastructure, says it has successfully secured additional term debt funding of R1.25 billion. This follows the extension and increase... Read More
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This article was originally published on MyBroadband DFA has dismissed speculation that a deal is currently on the cards where Internet Solutions will acquire the company. While there has been interest from Internet Solutions to buy DFA, such a... Read More
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This article was originally published on ITWeb. Read more at source. Dark Fibre Africa (DFA) will not comment on any "market speculation or rumours" that it could possibly be acquired by Internet Solutions. "DFA and its shareholders are regularly... Read More
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Dark Fibre Africa (DFA) has appointed Praveen Govender as the chief sales and marketing officer. According to DFA, Govender will lead the formulation and execution of DFA's sales strategy, as well as the company's customer engagement strategy. It... Read More
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DFA Chief Strategy Officer Reshaad Sha explained to delegates at the 2016 MyBroadband Conference how connectivity is a key ingredient to happiness. Dark Fibre Africa was the Executive sponsor at the 2016 MyBroadband Conference, with the company’s ... Read More
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Open-access fibre telecommunications player Dark Fibre Africa has appointed Cilliers Steyn as chief financial officer and named Thinus Mulder as the new permanent CEO of the company Steyn moves to DFA from his position as CEO of Community... Read More
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If the recent service delivery strikes have taught us anything, it is that smarter waste management is a growing need. Increased connectivity, however, can tackle this issue as cities aim to become smarter through the use of IOT solutions. Driving... Read More
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DFA aims to establish 20,000 business connections in South Africa by March 2016. This is significantly more than the company currently has in its fibre-to-the-business network. These connections will provide businesses across South Africa with... Read More
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Hetzner will offer its colocation customers in Data Centre Park in Samrand a wider choice of ISPs through DFA fibre. Hetzner’s Data Centre Park in Samrand now offers ECS-licensed customers a greater choice of Internet service providers after DFA... Read More
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The Constantia FTTH request for proposals feedback reveals how the fibre providers compare on price and promised service levels. Residents from Constantia in Cape Town launched a request for proposals (RFP) in February as part of a drive to get... Read More
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Dark Fibre Africa (DFA), which constructs and owns fibre-optic networks, has reported a 15% rise in revenue for the six months ended September 2014 to R468 million, on the back of 31% growth in annuity revenue. This according to investment holding... Read More
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Dark Fibre Africa (DFA) has launched a new hosting facility − its Umhlanga Tachyon Node − in La Lucia, KwaZulu-Natal (KZN). DFA says the hosting facility will act as an aggregation point for Internet service providers (ISPs) to provide businesses... Read More
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