Digital Vision Technologies (DiViTech) is a South African technology company that provides Set Top Box Solutions, Digital Migration Consultancy, and E-Government capability to the African market. DiViTech provides these services against the backdrop of the worldwide digital television migration that is expected to revolutionise all forms of digital media over the next five to ten years.

With a strong competitive edge rooted in leading technology, experienced engineers, solid pricing, an established network and sound partnerships, DiViTech aims to be the premier supplier of set top box technology to Africa, and to assist in bridging the digital divide.

DiViTech is owned by the Nozala Consortium and South African listed electronics and electrical engineering group, Reunert Limited.

Product Range

We offer digital product options, which can be customised to suit different requirements and markets, and include:

Research & Development

Great emphasis has been placed on research and development, to which end DiViTech has exclusive access to Reunert’s extensive research and development facilities in Cape Town, South Africa. By virtue of access to DVB-T/2, DVB-S2 MPEG 2/4 and customised software technologies, DiViTech is able to offer complete customised solutions to suit a range of environments, platforms and requirements.


DiViTech Manufacturing began production of Panasonic products in 1978, an extensive list of products, ranging from car audio products, hi-fi’s, air conditioner units and set top boxes have been manufactured at its plant.

DiViTech’s manufacturing plant is located on a 30 000m2 site in Parow, Cape Town, with 14 000m2 of assembly facilities. The facility, which previously manufactured Panasonic plasma and LCD TV sets, as well as Multichoice decoders for MNet and DSTV, has held ISO accreditation since 1993 and uses industry-leading operating and manufacturing principles.

Equipped with state-of-the-art technology, the facility has the capacity and knowledge to establish any type of high-volume electronic assembly line, while an in-house engineering department ensures that every item is geared to fulfill the needs of its market segment.