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  1. Kevin Lancaster

    Fibre in SA: are we headed for monopolies?

    Fibre in SA: are we headed for regional monopolies? International technology websites are full of complaints about cable Internet providers in the United States, and one can’t help but wonder if South Africa is heading the same way
  2. Kevin Lancaster

    Telkom local loop unbundling stalling and FTTH: the bright side

    Telkom local loop unbundling stalling and FTTH: the silver lining Though local loop unbundling would have been great, Telkom’s stalling might end up being good for South Africa in the long term
  3. QuintonB

    Icasa must stop guessing over call termination rates

    Icasa must stop guessing A panel of telecommunications industry insiders has shared their views on what is needed from Icasa’s next round of call termination regulations
  4. jes

    Did Icasa roll over on termination rate cuts?

    Did Icasa roll over on termination rate cuts? The decision to delay the implementation of its latest round of call termination rate cuts was the right move by Icasa, a specialist lawyer has said
  5. jes

    Will Vodacom make a move in Africa?

    Will Vodacom make a move in Africa? Vodafone’s interests in Africa may be up for grabs if AT&T does acquire its European operations
  6. jes

    ISPA challenges Telkom over LLU

    ISPA challenges Telkom over LLU ISPA challenges Telkom CEO’s latest statements on local loop unbundling, arguing that the company should change its mindset
  7. jes

    How much broadband spectrum is really available in SA?

    How much broadband spectrum is really available in SA? ISPA renews its call for the Department of Communications to release information about the use of radio frequency spectrum in South Africa
  8. QuintonB

    Pule has most to lose in SOE repositioning

    Pule could lose out The communications minister stands to lose most in a potential repositioning of some of SA’s most significant parastatals under public enterprises.
  9. QuintonB

    LTE has "no real substance to it", says expert

    LTE “a bit of a luxury” LTE or 4G is really a marketing term at this stage, says Ellipsis’s telecoms expert Dominic Cull
  10. QuintonB

    ICASA takes down another network

    ICASA creates another network mess ICASA has been accused of trying to shut down SA’s last standing USAL, leaving consumers and businesses without Internet access and voice services for a day
  11. jes

    Will you pay more for new ICASA license fees?

    Will you pay more for new ICASA license fees? Telecommunications and Internet service providers explain how the new ICASA license fee structure will impact customers
  12. jes

    More cellular rate cuts expected

    More cellular rate cuts expected Further cuts to mobile termination rates are expected to be called for in South Africa
  13. QuintonB

    Cell C makes a suprising interconnect move

    Surprise Cell C interconnect move Cell C has approached ICASA with a surprising request regarding mobile termination rates
  14. jes

    Lite-licensing suggested for South Africa

    Lite-licensing suggested for South Africa WAPA calls on ICASA to implement lite-licensing in the local wireless access market
  15. QuintonB

    SA websites under threat of censorship

    South African websites under threat A badly drafted law easily allows anyone to censor the content of websites hosted in South Africa, writes Leon de Kock
  16. jes

    Open VDSL pilot would hinder progress: Telkom

    Open VDSL pilot would hinder progress: Telkom Allowing multiple ISPs to test Telkom’s new VDSL technology could compromise the outcome of, or slow down the trial
  17. jes

    Spectrum responsibility porposal to shift duties to Spectrum Management Agency

    Spectrum responsibility porposal to shift duties to Spectrum Management Agency A Spectrum Management Agency is proposed in an amendment to the Electronic Communications Act
  18. jes

    Telkom does not need foreign money, says minister

    Telkom does not need foreign money, says minister Communications Minister Dina Pule says Telkom does not need foreign direct investment to achieve its turnaround strategy
  19. jes

    Jumpstart frequency licensing to boost broadband says ISPA

    Jumpstart frequency licensing to boost broadband says ISPA ISPA calls on the Minister of Communications Dina Pule to jumpstart frequency licensin
  20. jes

    LTE in mortal danger in South Africa

    LTE in mortal danger in South Africa ICASA and the DoC must act quickly on spectrum assignment issues or risk killing LTE like they did WiMAX, argues World Wide Worx MD Arthur Goldstuck
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