Gijima - Technology People -IT Company

Our Solutions

  • In our globally competitive economy organisations have become dependent on information technology to understand and transact with their customers, suppliers and staff. IT and Communication has become instrumental to collaboration and knowledge sharing, to the design and operation of...

  • Gijima has taken up the challenge to be the complete ICT solutions provider to its clients. Gijima believes that the combination of innovation on the technological, business and process level is the key to deliver real sustainable business value to our clients.

    As an Oracle Platinum...

  • Our enterprise web analytics service deliver insight to your web traffic, helping you make informed business decisions that convert more visitors to customers. At Gijima we move beyond pure web analytics and help you incorporate your ERP and CRM data to your website visitor data.  This...

Information and Communication Technology Company

About Gijima 

Gijima is one of South Africa’s leading black owned Information and Communications Technology (ICT) Services Company in South Africa.

With a level 2 AAA empowerment rating we are a preferred, integrated ICT partner to a considerable client base of large information technology users in both the private (financial services, retail, manufacturing and mining) and public sectors. Our intellectual capacity and industry focused business model provides our clients with world class application services, infrastructure configuration and implementation, and end-to-end managed outsource services through our national footprint.

Press Office

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30 September 2014, Johannesburg

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On the 9th August 2014, Kabokweni Township and the Kabokweni Stadium was transformed into a spectacular fun fair destination as part of a local businessman’s birthday...

Johannesburg, 12 March 2014

Gijima, a leading JSE listed ICT company today announced the appointment of Mr. Ernst Röth as its Chief...