As a principal subsidiary of the JSE-listed Altron Group and part-owned by Kagiso Strategic Investments, Bytes, a federation of leading ICT companies, operates predominantly in South Africa, but with operations in several other African countries and the United Kingdom. Sustainable and constant growth through strategic acquisitions has enabled us to provide unlimited solutions to our customers and become a leader in the ICT field. We have a multitude of products, technical skills and specialised services that support enterprise-wide IT infrastructure and telecommunications in a wide range of industries. Lead by the dynamic Rob Abraham, the group constantly strives to provide their customers with best-of-breed technology solutions to help them do better work.Kagiso Trust Investments (KTI) was formed in December 1993 by a leading non-governmental organisation (NGO), Kagiso Trust, to generate sustainable, long-term dividends and to provide the Trust with funds for community development and economic empowerment programmes.Altron, through its principal subsidiaries, Allied Technologies Limited, Bytes Technology Group (Pty) Limited and Power Technologies (Pty) Limited, operates in the telecommunications, multi-media, information technology and power electronics industries.In 2000, USKO was re-branded as Bytes Technology Group Limited (Bytes) and the IT interests of Fintech were purchased by them to consolidate the group’s IT.The main focus of the group lies in providing innovative solutions by integrating products, applications and services to enable customers to do the best work possible” - Rob Abraham
For many years Bytes has offered full bursaries to qualifying students to study Computer Science and Electronic engineering at South African Universities. Applicants for these bursaries will need to be strong in Mathematics and Science, and have a strong interest in computers and technology. The bursary includes mentorship and vacation training at one of our South African sites.The bursary includes mentorship and vacation training at one of our South African sites.In line with Altron’s policy on long term Human Capital Development the Bytes bursary scheme will be widened in future years to attract selected Financial, Human Resources and Marketing students.The bursary scheme includes a small monthly salary, all university fees, accommodation and books, and includes a prorata work back agreement.
Strong in Mathematics and Science, and have a strong interest in computers and technology.
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