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Deutsche Telekom in South Africa

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Information and Communication Technology (ICT) from T-Systems South Africa enables the business competitiveness of customers in industry sectors spanning telecommunications, travel, transport and logistic, automotive, retail, finance, energy and healthcare as well as public sector.

T-Systems South Africa optimizes processes and cuts costs for its clients, providing them with agility and flexibility within their core business activities. The comapany achieves this by making use of industry expertise and cutting edge technology. T-Systems' services encompass all levels of the ICT value chain, spanning from infrastructure services, networks services, application services and support and enabling services.

T-Systems South Africa (Proprietary) Limited

  • Core business: Connectivity Services (VPN, Access & Voice Services, In-house Services), End User Computing (Managed Workplace Services and Mobile Enterprise Services), Data Centre Services (Hosting Services and Mainframe Services), Application Operations Services (SAP, Non-SAP, UC and Collaboration Services) Business Solutions (Enterprise Solutions, AMM & Testing Services, Cloud Readiness and Management Solution, Web, Social and Mobility Enabling Services), ICT Security Services, APM, Service Desk Services, Service Integration Services and Industry Service for Energy, Automotive, Healthcare as well as Transport, Travel and Logistic.
  • Stake held by DT (indirectly/directly): 100.00 percent.


  • In 2015 T-Systems extended the Eskom contract for two more years.
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