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The Independent Communications Authority of South Africa (Icasa) has rubbished claims from MTN that there will be “digital load-shedding” when the regulator takes back temporary radio frequency spectrum on 30 November. “This concept of a ‘digital load-shedding’ is unsubstantiated,” Icasa chair Keabetswe Modimoeng said during a recent interview with Newzroom Afrika. “I’m actually battling to...

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The Independent Communications Authority of South Africa (ICASA), the country’s communications regulator, has announced that it will not be publishing invitations to apply (ITA) to participate in the long-awaited auction of high-demand spectrum in South Africa. ICASA says that the move was made to avoid a lengthy court battle against several litigators that had issues...

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Speed ​​in processing files is one of the criteria for assessing the level of ease of doing business in a country. In South Africa, Internet service providers denounce the slowness of the telecoms regulator and are considering actions to make it lose certain powers.   The South African Association of Internet Service Providers (ISPA) calls for...

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Communications regulator Icasa said late on Friday that it is nearing a “settlement breakthrough” with telecommunications operators that will allow a planned spectrum auction to proceed. “The ongoing settlement negotiations on spectrum litigation are unfolding well, with a very encouraging outlook. All active litigants have since responded with their various positions on the matters, and there...

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The Independent Communications Authority of South Africa (ICASA) says the ongoing settlement negotiations on spectrum litigation are unfolding well and with a very encouraging outlook. In a statement, the regulator says all active litigants have since responded with their various positions on the matters, and there is an ongoing exchange of constructive engagements between the...

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The Independent Communications Authority of South Africa (ICASA) has resolved to extend the temporary radio frequency spectrum assignments issued to licensees, it announced on Thursday. ICASA previously extended access to the temporary spectrum in March, allowing operators to use it for two months – from 1 April 2021 to 31 May 2021. In a statement, the...