Icasa has appealed to Telkom to abandon its legal action aimed at stopping the upcoming spectrum auction, appealing to its “patriotic conscience”.
North West will on Wednesday become the third province in South Africa to have its analogue television signals switched off.
eMedia Holdings has reported a sharp increase in revenue and profits for the six months to 30 September 2021, driven by a surge in advertising sales.
Migration from analogue to digital terrestrial television is on track, communications minister Khumbudo Ntshavheni said, even as industry insiders express doubt.
Icasa is making steady progress in meeting the requirements for holding a long-anticipated spectrum auction next year.
eMedia has filed papers in the high court to stop the communications minister from declaring a March 2022 date for analogue television switch-off.
Communications minister Khumbudzo Ntshavheni has drawn a line in the sand, saying the switch-off of analogue television broadcasts in South Africa will happen by the end of March.
We believe TechCentral’s Duncan McLeod has overlooked key aspects of Telkom’s argument for a fair playing field in the telecoms sector and a pro-consumer approach to regulation and oversight. By Liza Zouabi.
eMedia Investments, the holding company of e.tv, eNCA and Openview, has plunged headfirst into streaming, launching eVOD, a video-on-demand service, in partnership with MTN South Africa.
The president has encouraged mobile operators, Icasa and the department of communications to engage in mediation to get South Africa’s spectrum auction back on track.