There are factors such as exchange rates, electricity costs, security free and fuel prices that are contributors, but additional spectrum will certainly bring about significant change in the local industry
The provisions have been introduced to contain the spread of Covid-19, but some may infringe on certain constitutional rights
The treasury has mooted selling the utility’s coal-fired stations, but this doesn’t mean privatisation
Icasa heard some fiery submissions during the public hearing on its proposed sports broadcasting regulation amendments
MultiChoice was previously part of Naspers and unbundled from its parent company in September 2018
Rubben Mohlaloga was sentenced on Thursday at the Pretoria Specialised Commercial Crimes Court.
The interviews were initially scheduled for October 30 but have now been moved to November 6
The SABC’s financial situation is dire says SABC board chairperson Bongumusa Makhathini
The broadcaster’s public consultations on editorial policy have been met with a call to focus on implementing already existing guidelines
The recommendation follows a request by former Speaker of Parliament to institute removal proceedings against Mohlaloga after he his fraud conviction
The amendments don’t address high cost of data, which many consumers hoped for
The advocacy group expressed its disappointment that the actual costs of communication have not been reduced
The authority has announced four new regulations to end-user and subscriber services charters
Thanks to Icasa, South Africans are accessing quality services
Co-operation with regulatory authorities in neighbouring countries is essential
The poor are punished by paying the most for data
The commodification of the internet is an infringement of poor people’s constitutional right to access information
The growing public outrage expressed through #DataMustFall is not misplaced, but the political solutions offered so far are.
The SABC maintains that it had not yet implemented the policy to ban the airing of protest footage.
On May 26, the broadcaster banned the airing of footage of violent protests on its television stations.
The report, which was tabled on 15 November and will be considered by parliament when it reconvenes next year.
SAA abusing its dominant market position and two ministers fighting over the same portfolio cost the public billions of public funds.
Motsoeneng reiterated the broadcaster would not withdraw the decision, adding they will fight the issue in the Constitutional Court if they have to.
Icasa’s acting chairperson Rubben Mohlaloga said the SABC had seven days to confirm in writing that it has reversed its editorial decision.
Acting chairperson of Icasa Rubben Mohlaloga reportedly made the announcement at a media briefing in Johannesburg on Monday.
Skype and WhatsApp are putting pressure on telecoms the world over and governments are being forced to consider regulating such over-the-top services.
The Independent Communications Authority of South Africa has said MTN’s $5.2-billion fine shows the importance of complying with regulation.
The state’s incompetence is hindering connectivity as well as its own developmental goals.
Joseph Lebooa, who was "assaulted" for doing his job, says a leadership gap stops the authority from resolving professional and structural matters.
Despite serious questions about its deal with Icasa, the firm remains hot property
The Independent Communications Authority of South Africa has been urged to unlock competition in the mobile data markets.