Even with B-BBEE legislation firmly in place, the South African IT sector faces significant transformation challenges. Fully owned black owned companies remain a minority, while black management control has been slow to take root, and the industry continues to deliver disappointing returns when it comes to meeting employment equity targets.
Afrocentric IP bucks this trend. The company is one of South Africa’s leading black owned IT operations and is currently celebrating its tenth successful year of business. It has an established a base of over 50 clients across all nine provinces and the SADC region, and has also launched new branches in Limpopo, Eastern Cape, and KwaZulu Natal.
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