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Icasa councillors mull legal action: report

Departing councillors at communications regulator Icasa, asked to step aside before completing a customary 45 working day handover period, may be mulling legal action against communications minister Faith Muthambi, according to a newspaper report on Monday. Business Day says it has

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Muthambi acted unlawfully on Icasa: DA

Democratic Alliance spokesman on communications Gavin Davis says the party believes communications minister Faith Muthambi acted unlawfully when she sent letters to four councillors at the Independent Communications

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Icasa plays down councillors’ exit impact

Icasa chairman Stephen Mncube has downplayed the impact of a decision by communications minister Faith Muthambi to ask four of the communications regulator’s councillors to leave before they have served a customary handover period of 45 days. However, in a statement, Mncube does not address the

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Icasa councillors ‘told to go’

Communications minister Faith Muthambi has ordered that four councillors at communications regulator Icasa whose terms are ending leave the institution and not stay on for a 45-day handover period, despite the fact that

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Worries as Icasa set to lose top talent

Communications regulator Icasa looks set to lose four of its councillors in the next few months. William Currie and Joseph Lebooa are set to leave when their contracts come to an end on the 30 September, while William Stucke

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Icasa crowd-sources ‘underserviced’ definition

At public hearings in Johannesburg on Thursday, the Independent Communications Authority of SA (Icasa) said it would consider all submissions by interested parties in creating an official definition of what constitutes an “underserviced area” for both Internet access and access to public