Beeld (paper copy) of 1 July reports that Radio Pretoria won against ICASA.
As I understand, ICASA denied Radio Pretoria a 4 year broadcasting license and ruled that they stop broadcasting on 30 June.
They court (as I understand the report) ruled that they may continue to broadcast until all revisions and appeals are completed.
And the most important part of the report:
3 other community radio stations were awarded similar reprieve from the court during the previous week (Radio Ripple, Vaal Community and Impact)
Is this indicative of regulatory chaos at ICASA?
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