DBN Awards

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DBN Awards 2nd Runner Up: Veya ICT Veya ICT was second runner-up in the Good Business Awards Large Enterprise category. A group of Namibian individuals used DBN finance to purchase the interests of Gijima in Namibia. The transfer of shares has created a space for Namibians to provide the services associated with a large ICT […]

Veya Increase Regional Footprint

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Friday, 15th September 2017: Walvis Bay VEYA Information Communication Technology (Pty) Ltd.’s Managing Director, Winnith Schrywer states that sectors within fishing, manufacturing and tourism can benefit from improved connectivity and the advancements that ICT has to offer, especially in thriving communities such as Walvis Bay, that are at the heart of Namibia’s economy. Schrywer made […]

Veya opens doors to NUST interns

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The Namibia University of Science and Technology (NUST) has signed an agreement with Veya Information Technologies whereby the latter will accommodate students through a Work Integrated Learning (WIL) programme. Through the agreement, Veya Information Technology and NUST will also explore the possibility of a regular internship programme for suitable students and has undertaken to attend […]

Veya to continue with cutting-edge IT solutions

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Veya Information Communication Technology confirmed the acquisition of 100 percent ordinary shares from Gijima Holdings at the company’s launch last week. This follows a transaction, funded by the Development Bank of Namibia, which was concluded in September this year. Formerly known as Gijima Information Technology Services (Pty) Ltd, the new company will continue to provide […]

Gijima undergoes Namibianisation to become Veya Technology

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One of South Africa’s leading black-owned information and communications technology (ICT) service companies, Gijima Technologies, which also operated locally, has undergone a massive transformation to become a new company. The new entity, Veya Information Communication Technology, which has been on the cards for some time, is now 100 percent Namibian-owned and say they will play […]