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The Independent Communications Authority of South Africa (Icasa) did not follow procedure when deciding to allow three adult channels on local television, the Western Cape high court heard on Monday. Administrative justice had not been promoted and Icasa’s decision should thus be struck down, Murray Bridgman argued on behalf of

The Justice Alliance of South Africa on Tuesday said it had filed papers in the high court in Cape Town to challenge communications regulator Icasa’s decision to allow three adult channels to be broadcast on TV after 8pm. “Jasa believes that it is a step too far to introduce this to the family TV, which is usually in the only

StarSat, the pay-television platform known until recently as TopTV, is facing another potential hurdle over its three subscription-based pornographic channels. An organisation calling itself Cause for Justice has filed papers at the high court in Pretoria asking for a review of a decision by the Independent