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How many people South Africa’s ICT sector employs

ICASA’s first report on the state of the ICT sector in South Africa reveals how many people are employed in the sector.

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The state of ICT in South Africa

ICASA has published its first report on the state of the ICT sector in South Africa – offering insight into the local telecoms and communications market.

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Icasa board recommendations approved by Parliament

Four candidates were approved by Parliament on Tuesday to fill vacancies at the Independent Communications Authority of SA.

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Icasa rejects five TV broadcasting licence applications

Icasa has refused five applications from companies seeking individual commercial free-to-air broadcasting licences.

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Maladministration by SA Post Office vindicates complaints by publishers

An investigation and report by the Public Protector vindicates the formal complaints lodged against SAPO by publishers with ICASA.

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Gupta’s ambitious TV plans in South Africa take a hit

The Gupta’s plan to make ANN7 the main source of news in South Africa has taken a hit, the City Press reported.

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Icasa wants better data billing rules

Icasa is holding public hearings over the Draft End-User and Subscriber Service Charter Regulations, which involves new data billing rules.

Whatsapp vs mobile operators

WhatsApp is not Vodacom and MTN’s doomsday: analyst

Investment analyst Nadim Mohamed argues that what the mobile operators lose in voice revenue to WhatsApp calling, they can make up through increased data sales.

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The risk of higher WhatsApp data prices

Some mobile operators would like to charge a higher price for data used on voice over IP calls, but consumers are not happy with this plan.

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Icasa will investigate WhatsApp and Facebook in South Africa

Icasa plans to launch an inquiry into the impact of over-the-top services in South Africa.

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