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Icasa reviews SA’s TV, radio content

The Independent Communications Authority of SA (Icasa) is reviewing the country’s content regulations for television and radio

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SMS worry

New numbers for machines, premium rated services

New premium rated and machine related numbers will come into effect in October 2014 in South Africa

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Money

We want transparent prices: Cwele

The Minister of Telecommunications and Postal Services, Siyabonga Cwele, says that consumers must have a clear understanding of the true costs of the services they pay for

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Are you proud to be South African?

Communications minister Faith Muthambi says that most South Africans believe the country is competitive, innovative, and capable of achieving greatness

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ICASA Broken Clock

Don’t fall for Icasa’s changing LLU story

The local loop unbundling story in South Africa shows exactly why many people say the regulator is useless and toothless

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Spectrum

ICASA kills industry’s hope for E-band

At WAPA’s Future of Wireless Technology Forum there was hope that a regulatory framework could soon be in place for E and H millimetre bands

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ICASA hits back at network quality report criticism

ICASA argues that a MyBroadband article about its network quality report “is bias, lacked facts and misleading the public”

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SA mobile operators

What Icasa is hiding about network quality

Icasa confirmed that it messed up in its recent quality of service reports, but it did not reveal the full extent of is misinformation

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Icasa fixes QoS report: Vodacom, MTN better, Cell C worse

Icasa has released a correction to its Western Cape Quality Of Service Report, which shows that Vodacom and MTN did better than previously stated

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Icasa messes up network quality report

Icasa’s highly anticipated network quality report was published recently, but the results were not accurate and could not be trusted

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