President Cyril Ramaphosa approved a small salary increment for councillors at communications regulator Icasa. The new remuneration levels are retrospective with effect from 1 April 2019.
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The Democratic Alliance has accused communications minister Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams of thumbing her nose at parliament after failing to fill six council vacancies at communications regulator Icasa.
Communications minister Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams has appointed five new councillors to communications regulator Icasa, returning the former acting chairman, Keabetswe Modimoeng, for a fresh term.
Could communications regulator Icasa miss its self-imposed deadline of licensing 4G- and 5G-suitable spectrum by the end of the year? There is now a real concern this could happen. By Duncan McLeod.
A parliamentary portfolio committee has short-listed eight names to send to acting communications minister Jackson Mthembu for appointment to the council of communications regulator Icasa.
Communications regulator Icasa has concluded an inaugural forum on 5G technologies, ahead of their anticipated introduction in South Africa by the end of the decade. The standards for 5G networks
The high cost of roaming in the Southern African Development Community region has come under the spotlight at a meeting of ICT ministers taking place in Durban, with renewed calls for operators to reduce roaming costs in
The former chairman of communications regulator Icasa, Paris Mashile, has been reappointed to the authority’s decision-making council with immediate effect. News of Mashile’s return to Icasa comes as the authority names four new councillors
Independent Communications Authority of South Africa (Icasa) councillor Nomvuyiso Batyi is set to be appointed as the new chair of the telecommunications and broadcasting regulator’s council, TechCentral has learnt from two separate sources. However, it is understood
Communications regulator Icasa is meant to have nine full-time councillors. However, since the end of last month, it has had only three – Nomvuyiso Batyi, Rubben Mohlaloga and Katharina Pillay – raising questions about the ability of the agency to function