Who We Are
We are a 100% black-owned and managed company, with our roots in Cape Town, and projects managed throughout South Africa. Our 20-year track record of operational excellence and innovation has made us trusted advisors to our clients. We provide the people, expertise, support, and training required for implementation of complex IT infrastructure, enterprise architecture and ERP solutions.
We partner with our clients to build successful organisations, underpinned by robust technology.
Our Value Proposition
Black Economic Empowerment
We are serious about influencing the growth and progression of all our citizens, businesses, and communities at large.
DLK Group is a 100% Black owned and managed company and therefore subscribes to the strict code of practice regarding BEE procurement. DLK's procurement policy focuses on preferred Black–owned business. We aim to procure 80% of our requirements from emerging BEE companies, including outsourcing.
We have formed strategic alliances with leading Black-owned ICT companies that have enabled us to expand our range of services. DLK creates employment opportunities to historically disadvantaged communities and individuals. Our staff training program aims to exceed DLK’s equity targets and stimulate capacity building within the company. We believe that knowledge transfer and skills development is vitally important to any organisation and must be given priority in order to promote the economic advancement of our communities and our country.
Corporate Social Responsibility
Building capacity through Education
At DLK we believe in paying it forward and actively supporting social upliftment through education. We work with educational institutions from basic education to tertiary institutions - building capacity, supporting IT infrastructure and providing computer equipment.
We have partnered with our suppliers and customers to deliver impactful programs that support schools in under-served communities, provided services to FET Colleges in the Western Cape, and participated in initiatives to build pop-up computer classrooms.