It’s time to get to the very fibre of real digital inclusion.

Increased broadband connectivity has a meaningful and direct impact on the economic prospects of individuals, communities and countries at large. Seven years ago the World Economic Forum estimated that a “10% increase in broadband penetration in low and middle-income countries can result in a 1,38% increase in economic growth”.

Returning to the office requires a re-inventing and re-igniting of company culture

At Zoom Fibre, we measure our growth and development not just by our success in the market but also our investments in our people and the communities we operate in.Click on the link to learn more about Zoom Fibre’s Managing Executive, Tanya Lourens, as she outlines the building blocks that have been a critical component in driving […]

Zoom Fibre connects community school, empowering learning beyond the classroom.

We have got exciting news for you 🤩🤩🤩 Read our latest feature article about Zoom Fibre’s Corporate Social Initiative, designed at connecting community schools with high-speed fibre internet services for the betterment of learners and the development of enhanced teaching channels. “We understand that internet access has become a significant necessity in schools across the […]