Icasa fines 8 companies for not complying with licence conditions

Icasa has fined companies for not complying with regulations and licence conditions.

By - March 4, 2016 Share on LinkedIn
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The Complaints and Compliance Committee at Icasa has fined 8 companies for not complying with regulations and their licence conditions.

Icasa said the companies fined hold Electronic Communications Services and Electronic Communications Network Services licences.

“The sanctions follow rigorous compliance monitoring and enforcement,” said Icasa, which found that the licensees failed to comply with the following requirements:

  • Failure to submit annual audited financial statements
  • Failure to pay the prescribed annual contributions of the licensee’s licenced activity to the Universal Service and Access Fund
  • Failure to pay the prescribed annual general licence fees of the licensee’s licenced activity
  • Failure to commence operations within the legislated period subsequent to granting of the licence
  • Failure to update contact details to enable Icasa to monitor compliance with the obligations of their licence

The 8 companies fined were:

  1. iConnect SA
  2. T-Mobile t/a Wireless Connect
  3. New Age Holdings
  4. Corploc 663
  5. Ham Radio Outlet
  6. Orhen TeleAfrica
  7. Multisource Telecoms
  8. Nexor 197

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