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Communications regulator Icasa has turned down a formal request from to cancel its primetime news bulletin, saying doing so would not be in the public interest. The move is a blow to the free-to-air broadcaster, which

Communications regulator Icasa says the SABC has not provided it with any proof that it has complied with its ruling to unban the airing of violent protests. Icasa ruled in July that the public broadcaster was in contravention of the

Communications minister Faith Muthambi allegedly attempted to unduly influence Icasa councillor Nomvuyiso Batyi by offering her the position of chairwoman of the communications regulator in return for her giving a television

Communications regulator Icasa has rejected all five applicants, including the Gupta-controlled Infinity Media Networks, that were seeking new free-to-air television broadcasting licences in South Africa

Rubben Mohlaloga, who is facing charges of defrauding the Land Bank of R6m, has been named to the nine-person council of the Independent Communications Authority of South Africa (Icasa) by communications minister Dina Pule. News of his appointment is contained

Despite facing allegations that he defrauded the Land Bank to the tune of R6m, Rubben Mohlaloga cannot be prevented from taking up a position as one of the Independent Communications Authority of South Africa’s (Icasa’s) nine councillors. “There are

The Independent Communications Authority of South Africa (Icasa) remains one councillor short after Rubben Mohlaloga, the person named for the position by communications minister Dina Pule, was charged with fraud late last year. Nevetheless, Icasa says it is able to function effectively

Democratic Alliance MP and shadow communications minister Marian Shinn has called on communications minister Dina Pule to take “whatever legal steps necessary” to withdraw the appointment of Rubben Mohlaloga as a councillor of the Independent Communications Authority of SA