Yes, Vox Telecom is a private company. It is owned by a group of investors, including Rand Merchant Bank, Metier Private Equity, and the management team.
Vox Telecom was founded in 1998 by Neels Fourie and Jacques du Toit. The company started out as a small internet service provider, but it has since grown into a leading telecommunications company in South Africa. Vox Telecom offers a wide range of products and services, including fibre optic internet, ADSL, wireless broadband, and cloud computing.
In 2013, Vox Telecom was acquired by Rand Merchant Bank and Metier Private Equity. The acquisition gave Vox Telecom the financial resources it needed to expand its operations and invest in new technologies.
Vox Telecom is headquartered in Johannesburg, South Africa. It has offices in other major cities in South Africa, as well as in the United Kingdom and the United States.
Vox Telecom is a privately held company, which means that its shares are not traded on a public stock exchange. This gives the company more flexibility to make decisions and to focus on long-term growth.