Why ICASA can't fire Rubben Mohlaloga

The disgraced chairperson remains on the regulatory authority's payroll, as the final decision to remove him from his post rests with the National Assembly.


Court sentences ICASA boss to 20 years

The regulatory authority's disgraced chairperson, Rubben Mohlaloga, has reportedly been sentenced to 20 years behind bars.


Telcos happy to see ECA Bill taken out of play

Telecoms operators welcome the government's withdrawal of the "flawed" and controversial Electronic Communications Amendment Bill from Parliament.


#SONA2019: Spectrum allocation, digital skills take priority

President Cyril Ramaphosa promises swift action on policy direction for spectrum licensing, adding that the education system will undergo a digital overhaul.


ICASA hearings on broadband roadmap begin

The authority holds public hearings on the draft International Mobile Telecommunications roadmap, after calling for written comments.


ICASA to upgrade mobile network monitoring system

The regulator acts to verify mobile network compliance and enable the implementation of punitive measures.

Jan 17, 2019

Hands off cyber security, ICASA told

The industry believes ICASA's forays into cyber security will overload the regulator and be a waste of resources.

Jan 3, 2019

ICASA to hold cyber security hearings

The public hearings will be held from 17 to 18 January 2019 at the regulator's offices in Centurion.

Dec 20, 2018

Cell C makes sure it complies with ICASA regulations

Cell C says it is fully compliant with the new data expiry rules coming into effect on 28 February 2019.

Dec 17, 2018

MTN on course towards compliance with new data rules

The mobile operator says it is implementing the first phase of ICASA's new data expiry regulations.

Dec 11, 2018

ISPA welcomes ICASA mobile data competition probe

The Internet Service Providers' Association believes ICASA's investigation into mobile broadband competition is the "best news of 2018".

Nov 20, 2018

Spectrum for 5G will ensure investment in Africa

To attract investment in Africa, regulators need to make spectrum available soon for 5G services, says a new report.

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