The Independent Communications Authority of SA (Icasa) has a new councillor in the form of Ntombizodwa Ndhlovu, who was sworn in on Wednesday.
Ndhlovu is one of three new councillors at the authority. Earlier this month, William Currie and Joseph Lebooa were sworn in at Icasa’s Sandton offices.
Currie, Lebooa and Ndholvu are replacing councillors whose terms are ending. The departing councillors are Brenda Ntombela, Robert Nkuna and Jacobus van Rooyen.
“We are looking forward to having Ndhlovu joining the authority in order to help us make sure that the electronic communications industry is regulated in the public interest,” says Icasa chairman Stephen Mncube.
“Like the other two councillors, Ndhlovu brings with her a great a wealth of knowledge and skills and we will make sure she uses those skills to serve the people of SA.” — Staff reporter, TechCentral