Link Africa: Belief in Youth

Link Africa, a leading Fibre provider, has recently appointed young leaders to drive their brand, nationally. With a strong sense of ‘Belief in Youth’, Link Africa aims to magnify their presence by placing strategic leadership roles in the hands of the ‘younger generation’.

Kavern Cullen, previous Key Account Manager at Link Africa, has been awarded the position Head of Sales’.

With experience in Internet solutions, Kavern’s career began in the internet solutions graduate programme and progressed as he became a Key Account Manager in the Public Sector; where he learnt about the challenges and successes of being in a dynamic sales environment. With Kavern’s excitement and energy, he aims to steer Link Africa in the right direction by building and ‘living’ the brand.

“We are here to provide high quality network services and we are here to stay,” says Kavern,“The essence of this message is carried through the Directors of this business of which we, as sales people, are an extension off.”

Not only does Kavern believe that the new leaders are responsible for leading Link Africa in the right direction, but he believes that this direction needs to remain sustainable for years to come.

When asked why he was excited about Link Africa, Kavern commented,” The future of our country is based on the infrastructure that we lay in the ground. We are enabling South Africans for a new digital – high paced – connected world. We are able to connect businesses and homes, meaning that we are able to positively impact different people from different walks of life every day.”

Another deserving young leader, Tholo Lerotholi, has been appointed the position of FTTH Consumer Manager.

With previous experience derived from being the Commercial Manager at Vumatel, Tholo aims to bring a sense of purpose and energy to Link Africa.

I have been fortunate enough to witness the ascendance of the 4th industrial revolution and I would like the brand to embrace the crucial role it plays in making this revolution a reality for more South Africans and ultimately the rest of Africa.”