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Nomination call for four ICASA councillors

The Portfolio Committee on Communications invites nominations for suitably qualified candidates to join the Independent Communications Authority of SA council.


Telkom picks up the pieces after unrest in SA

The telco urges customer patience as it rehabilitates vandalised infrastructure in the aftermath of the riots that engulfed KwaZulu-Natal and Gauteng.


ICASA backs SAPO in postal wars, amid online protest

The regulator stands its ground as thousands sign an online petition against a court bid to block courier companies from distributing small items.


ISPA asks govt to remove barriers to comms licensing

The Internet Service Providers’ Association calls on government and regulator ICASA to open up the communications licensing arena.


Spectrum impasse hurts efforts to rebuild economy, says minister

Minister Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams slams the impasse over the licensing of high-demand spectrum, saying it hampers government’s economic recovery ambitions.


ICASA resolute emergency spectrum allocation is temporary

Chairperson Dr Keabetswe Modimoeng warns telcos not to plan their business models around the temporary spectrum that was assigned.


ICASA chairperson bemoans telecoms infrastructure vandalism

Battery theft and vandalism at cell tower base stations is nothing short of a treasonous act, ICASA chairperson Dr Keabetswe Modimoeng tells Parliament.

Feb 25, 2021

Access to spectrum is a ‘lifeline’, says Cell C CFO

The mobile operator plans to apply for high-demand spectrum and wants to see the application process happen as quickly as possible, says CFO Zafar Mahomed.


ICASA condemns fake 5G-coronavirus theories

The regulator joins the list of voices to dispel claims that 5G is the cause of COVID-19.


UJ’s Prof Marwala clears up 5G myths

As the fifth-generation technology era ramps up, citizens must be educated to position SA strategically, says Professor Tshilidzi Marwala.


Communications ministry entities back Ndabeni-Abrahams

Despite reports of a tumultuous past, the heads and CEOs within minister Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams’s portfolio have committed their support to ensure delivery of key targets.


Govt wants 80% of population to have Internet access by 2024

Minister Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams signs a performance agreement, agreeing to ensure 80% of the population has access to the Internet in the next four years.

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