About Infinity Learning

Infinity Learning provides Enterprise and Supplier Development (ESD), Socio-Economic Development (SED)and Skills Development (SD) solutions for South African corporates. We support these solutions through a zero-cost* BEE consulting advice and support solution.

Infinity Learning is a level 2, Exempt Micro Enterprise (EME). We are 51% Black Owned and 41% Black Woman Owned.

Key Services

  • Enterprise Development (ED) Solutions that combine business simulations, theory sessions, coaching and direct links to corporates
  • Supplier Development (ESD) Supplier development is the biggest and most important element of the Amended Codes. Through the multiple ED programmes that Infinity Learning has run over the last 5 years, we have built relationships with hundreds of entrepreneurs that are able to offer a massive array of services to corporate SA.
  • Socio-Economic Development (SED) Solutions that focus on learning skills and literacy development
  • BEE Consulting advice and support - usually offered to our clients on a zero cost basis* as part of a value added service
  • *Terms and Conditions Apply


Sustainability: Too many BEE initiatives are not sustainable in nature. All of the Infinity Learning programmes aim to break cycles of dependency, and invest in sustainable solutions. We build lasting relationships with entrepreneurs and community organisations, and emphasise their ownership, accountability and responsibility within the process.

Results: Our programmes focus on achieving results, both for the entrepreneurs and children in our programmes, and for the corporates we work with.

Access: We work hard to bring micro-entrepreneurs that would not normally be able to access help into our programmes, and so spread the benefits of BEE investments farther into disadvantaged groups.

Maximum Points: A key part of our service is to work within the BEE Codes to help corporates achieve maximum points, at minimum cost, while still upholding the spirit of the Codes.


Chris Dykes, Infinity Learning executive director, has an MBA from the Wits Business School where he was awarded one of the Top Student Awards. He was a finalist in the national Rising Star Awards programme, a programme recognising excellence across multiple industries, in 2012, and in 2013. Chris has also been awarded the President’s Award by Rotary South Africa in recognition of his contributions to community development and he was an active member of the South African Mountain Search and Rescue Team for many years.

Infinity Learning, was shortlisted for the BHP Achiever Award in 2013 and was also recognised as a finalist in the iLab ‘Global Impact Awards’ Programme in 2015.

I loved it. The programmes I’ve attended in the past are very practical. It was informative, stretched my mind and also made me realise that I can push my business to the next level. We need more of such programmes. I’m taking away knowledge I can apply in my business especially in terms of future plans for growth and some record keeping (accounting), planning, strategising and reviewing. Thank you.”

Phindile Sunstsha - Tallowah Productions