The SABC board has slammed the leaking of an internal memorandum authored by two non-executive directors. The document makes a series of serious allegations against the broadcaster’s CEO and chief financial officer.
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President Cyril Ramaphosa has appointed eight new board members to fill the vacancies on the board of the SABC with immediate effect.
Parliament’s portfolio committee on communications has adopted a final report that recommends eight candidates to fill the SABC board.
A memorandum penned by Independent Communications Authority of South Africa (Icasa) chairman Stephen Mncube, instructing Icasa councillors to back off on acting against iBurst parent Wireless Business Solutions (WBS), provoked an angry response from two councillors, internal correspondence in
The Independent Communications Authority of SA (Icasa) has begun the process of opening up so-called “high-demand spectrum bands” that will eventually pave the way to the introduction of fourth-generation (4G) mobile broadband networks in SA. The authority has decided to tie
Parliament has reappointed Marcia Socikwa as a councillor at the Independent Communications Authority of SA (Icasa) for a second term. Socikwa was one of two shortlisted candidates for the position, the other
The parliamentary portfolio committee on communications has selected two candidates for the vacant position of councillor at the Independent Communications Authority of SA (Icasa)
Politicians from a cross-section of political parties on Tuesday failed to question Marcia Socikwa, a councillor at the Independent Communications Authority of SA
The Independent Communications Authority of SA (Icasa) has withdrawn plans to hold a high-profile radio frequency spectrum auction. The spectrum, in the 2,6GHz and 3,5GHz bands, is ideally suited to providing the next generation of wireless broadband services. The decision to postpone the auctions follows a recent meeting between Icasa and communications minister Siphiwe Nyanda in which the minister is understood to have raised concerns that the auction process was not in line with government’s policy on spectrum management.