ICASA
4:40
Yesterday

SA’s spectrum-sharing provisions vague, say industry players

Although none of the local industry players have applied to share spectrum, resource-sharing has been found to be one of the ways to drive universal connectivity in marginalised areas.

5:50

ICT Tenders – Money for Microsoft

This week’s National Tender Bulletin confirms the strength of the software giant's position in government's IT environment.

1:40

ICASA rethinks network monitoring tender

The regulator returns to the marketplace for a system to verify mobile network compliance and enable the implementation of punitive measures.

3:40

TV white space overcomes WiFi limitations

TVWS could transform the way citizens buy and use wireless Internet across the African continent, according to Axiz and ICCN.

5:00

ICT Tenders – SASSA withdraws

This week’s National Tender Bulletin sees the South African Social Security Agency nixing its tech plans.

2:10

WDM maximises infrastructure for 5G success

Operators can maximise their existing infrastructure to meet customer demands with waveguide division multiplexing, according to ProLabs.

6:20

Spectrum: The golden goose

While stakeholders are hungry for hertz, there are still a number of stumbling blocks along the road to high-demand spectrum nirvana.

5:50
20 Sep

ICT Tenders: Run on services

This week’s National Tender Bulletin sees the IT services sector attracting government interest.

1:50

ICASA to outline spectrum allocation approach by year end

The regulator self-imposes a deadline to publish the information memorandum on the licensing process of high-demand spectrum.

6:40

Rain shows 5G can happen in SA despite govt delays

The operator leverages its 4G data network infrastructure to build a 5G network, as the country still awaits the allocation of spectrum.

5:00

ACSA sets aside R1.2bn to digitise SA airports

The company looks to create the IT infrastructure necessary to transform into a truly digital airports business.

7:30

Google's legal woes abound

The company will pay close to EUR1 billion in a settlement to French authorities, while there’s an anti-trust probe into the search giant’s dominance.