Gijima - Technology People -IT Company

Our Solutions

  • Our experience in the ICT market place and exposure to a large and diverse client base uniquely positions us to master the key human capital management processes that are so critical to the performance of IT organisations. Our diagnostic tools and methodologies allow us to understand all...

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    The spectacular growth of mobile adoption and applications has dramatically changed the landscape for many large enterprises and will continue to do so. To remain relevant in this fast changing environment a well-planned mobile strategy is key for any organisation. ...
  • Distributed Computing Services (DCS) from Gijima provides end-user support for desktops and associated services. DCS manages the entire end-user lifecycle, including installation, moves, break-fix, performance optimisation, preventative maintenance and monitoring services.

    Through the...

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...