The chairman of communications regulator Icasa’s powerful decision-making council has been sentenced to 20 years in jail for money laundering and fraud, it was reported on Friday.
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The announcement by communications minister Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams withdrawing the controversial Electronic Communications Amendment Bill is to be welcomed. By Marian Shinn.
Communications regulator Icasa said on Tuesday that it is naming its new head office in Centurion, Pretoria after the divisive former minister of communications, Ivy Matsepe-Casaburri.
The Public Investment Corp moved too quickly when it agreed to invest in Ayo Technology, a suspended employee said.
The planned merger of the departments of communications and telecommunications & postal services was “gaining traction”, with senior staff urged to work quickly to conclude the “configuration”.
Liquid Telecom said on Thursday that it will work with the Western Cape government to increase the number of free public Wi-Fi hotspots from 178 to 1 600.
Revelations at the Nugent commission investigating the South African Revenue Service, once the crown jewel of public sector competence, have been jarring.
Telecommunications & postal services minister Siyabonga Cwele has fired the board of government’s troubled universal access agency Usaasa, TechCentral has learnt.