Communications minister Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams has announced in parliament that she has withdrawn the contentious Electronic Communications Amendment Bill.
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The announcement by communications minister Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams withdrawing the controversial Electronic Communications Amendment Bill is to be welcomed. By Marian Shinn.
A successful request to a parliamentary committee, brought by the Democratic Alliance, means the Electronic Communications Amendment Bill will likely no longer be passed in parliament before the 2019 general election.
President Cyril Ramaphosa has announced major changes to his cabinet that will have a direct bearing on South Africa’s telecommunications and broadcasting industries.
The department of communications is expected to provide more information next week about its decision to pull the plug on buying more set-top boxes for South Africa’s digital migration project.
Telecoms minister Siyabonga Cwele must immediately release the full report of the CSIR into the spectrum requirements of the planned wholesale open-access network, the Democratic Alliance has said.
The buffering wheel on mobile-device screens could be the most-watched entertainment if pending legislation cripples South Africa’s dynamic cellphone sector. Should the monopoly wireless network that is the
If President Cyril Ramaphosa is serious about preparing South Africa for the so-called “fourth industrial revolution”, he would be well advised to scrap the plan to create a “monopoly” wholesale open-access network
The public protector, Busisiwe Mkhwebane, can no longer ignore the Democratic Alliance’s request for a probe into the procurement process of the government-sponsored set-top-boxes – a key component of the broadcast digital
National treasury’s medium-term budget policy statement, published on Wednesday, has punted the idea of a spectrum auction to allocate scarce radio frequency spectrum, potentially putting finance minister