ICASA moves to finalise high-demand spectrum licensing
The regulator reveals timelines for licensing high-demand spectrum are on track, promising to publish an invitation to apply by the end of June.
R100m student aid IT system found to be ‘terribly wanting’
Minister Dr Blade Nzimande appoints a committee to unearth how the National Student Financial Aid Scheme’s R100 million IT system turned out not fit-for-purpose.
SA’s Cyber Crimes Bill edges forward amid increased attacks
The rapid, mass move to working from home amplifies the need for the country’s Cyber Crimes Bill, which has been years in the making, to become law.
NSFAS students urged to use allowances to support online learning
Parliament’s education committee calls on financial aid recipients to use their allowances to purchase devices to support their online learning.
ICASA eyes bigger budget to meet ‘expanding’ regulatory mandate
The telecommunications regulator highlights the lack of an enabling funding model as one of the potential risks to delivering on its programmes.
Govt eyes relaxed regulations to boost fintech sector
Minister Tito Mboweni reveals ICASA will be appropriately capacitated for the spectrum licensing process.