Communications minister Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams said on Tuesday evening that her department has paid Icasa the first tranche of its annual budget, a day after the communications regulator said it would take her to court to secure the funds.
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Communications minister Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams has announced in parliament that she has withdrawn the contentious Electronic Communications Amendment Bill.
The Universal Service & Access Agency of South Africa (Usaasa) has been plunged into deeper crisis after suspended CEO Lumko Mtimde this week laid a formal complaint with the public protector over his suspension
The Free Market Foundation is in the process of commissioning senior counsel for a possible challenge to the department of telecommunications & postal services’ contentious Electronic Communications Amendment
The department of telecommunications & postal services is actively redrafting the controversial Electronic Communications Amendment Bill, with the minister, Siyabonga Cwele, set to outline more details in the
The department of telecommunications & postal services will this week hold a two-day consultation workshop on the Electronic Communications Amendment Bill, with a planned wholesale open-access network and spectrum allocation
Parliment’s porfolio committee on communications resolved on Wednesday to remove Independent Communications Authority of South Africa chairman Rubben Mohlologa after he was found guilty of fraud
Rubben Mohlaloga cannot serve as the new chairman of the council of communications regulator Icasa because he has been convicted of fraud, Democratic Alliance MP Phumzile Van Damme said on
Telecommunications & postal services director-general Robert Nkuna said on Tuesday that government does not want to destroy South Africa’s big telecoms operators, despite strong objections to draft legislation that the
Rubben Mohlaloga is set to be appointed by communications minister Mmamoloko Kubayi-Ngubane as the new chairman of communications regulator Icasa. Mabuse Nkuna, the director-general in the department