Tag Archives: ICASA

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No bad wirelss signal

Icasa must probe Sona signal jamming: DA

The DA has asked Icasa to probe the signal jamming in the National Assembly ahead of President Jacob Zuma’s the state-of-the-nation address

Jose dos Santos

The highs and lows of Cell C

Cell C CEO Jose dos Santos says that the continued dominance of Vodacom and MTN in the mobile market is a concern

ICASA

Icasa is leaderless and clueless: councillor

Joseph Lebooa, who was “assaulted” for doing his job, says a leadership gap stops the authority from resolving professional and structural matters

Frequency

South Africa’s IMT Roadmap

What is the IMT Roadmap and what does it mean for the South African telecommunications sector?

ICASA

IMT broadband roadmap published

Icasa has announced that it has published the Final IMT Roadmap for broadband in South Africa

Vodacom and Neotel

MTN concerned over Vodacom-Neotel deal

MTN has contacted communications regulator Icasa and the Competition Commission to express its concerns about a R7 billion merger deal between rival mobile operator Vodacom and fixed line player Neotel

Government running on empty (low)

Government deadlines: promises versus reality

Missed government deadlines have a negative impact on South Africans – and it extends past just electricity blackouts

Porn

TV porn channels halted by court

Broadcast regulator Icasa was ordered on Monday to review its decision to license three porn pay channels

Spectrum

IMT roadmap: ICASA shows it can do the job

Within two days of the closing date for submissions commenting on the draft IMT roadmap, ICASA issued the schedule of public hearings

ICASA

How your tax money is wasting away

Vehicles under the care of Icasa show just how your tax money is being used

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