Ours is a story of twenty years of growth built on a solid foundation of culture, values and the principle of realising possibility.  Yekani is a technology company; it’s a manufacturing company – but, most significantly, Yekani is a disrupter, an identifier of innovation opportunities and an enabler of brilliance.  It’s about growth through commitment to our greatest asset – our people.

our strength lies within

Yekani Manufacturing applies the latest advanced manufacturing techniques to bring our clients’ products to market using the principles of Lean Six Sigma to deliver value to clients. We recognise the persistent acceleration of technology and continue to invest in automation to connect our equipment, people and processes.

Nurturing Brilliance

The home of Yekani is designed to be an innovation stronghold within which brilliance is nurtured.

Yekani Technology is an Information Communications Technology (ICT) company and is the operational business division of the Yekani Group (a holding company incorporated in 1998). Yekani Technology is a distributor of tablets and laptops purposely built for education manufactured under the Yekani brand.


  • Official Response – Sunday Times Article: “Yekani CEO blames Thato Abrahams for IT firm’s R68m debt”

    Official Response 26 January 2020 For immediate release Official Response – Sunday Times Article: “Yekani CEO blames Thato Abrahams for IT firm’s R68m debt” Yekani Manufacturing (Pty) Ltd (“Yekani”) has noted today’s Sunday Times article with headline: “Yekani CEO blames Thato Abrahams for IT firm’s R68m debt”. The company would like to categorically refute this statement and distance itself from the claims made by the Sunday Times. Yekani would like to re-iterate that it does not blame Minister Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams and her husband – or anyone else both in the public and the private sector – for the financial issues…

    READ MORE |   27 January 2020

  • Smart cash on bots taking your bets

    Fast-changing technology to transform world of gambling Guy Rogers Robotic croupiers, gambling with cryptocurrency and using artificial intelligence to spot punters with a problem – those are some of the predictions for the future as the fourth industrial revolution collides with the gaming industry. Super-digital disrupters will likely make gaming more popular but the advent of robots will up the stakes and staff will to be retrained to meet the needs of the new-look gaming industry. Speaking at the 15th…

    READ MORE |   21 August 2019

  • EL tech company aims to spread its wings into Africa

    New chair feels top manufacturer can do better in the jobs stakes TED KEENAN – BUSINESS CORRESPONDENT When Yekani Manufacturing (YM), the East London Industrial Development Zone’s (ELIDZ) technology-linked manufacturer, was looking for a chairperson, chief executive Siphiwe Cele wanted someone who knew his or her way around a boardroom rather than a factory floor, and who could sell the company at decision-maker level. Her choice for the job was Zolile Tini. He had chaired the IDZ for nine years,…

    READ MORE |   8 August 2019

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