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The Independent Communications Authority of South Africa (ICASA) has confirmed to MyBroadband that it is in discussions with SpaceX regarding its satellite-based Starlink Internet service. SpaceX this week opened pre-orders for its fast, low-latency satellite broadband service across the world, including in South Africa. Those interested in signing up can put down a deposit of $99 to...

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South African operator, Cell C has withdrawn its legal challenge to new number portability regulations published by the Independent Communications Authority of South Africa (ICASA), MyBroadband reported. There had been industry speculation that the parties had settled the litigation, the portal said, but added that the operator and regulator have declared that there was no...

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The Independent Communications Authority of South Africa (ICASA) has messed up the definition of Tier-1 and Tier-2 operators in its current spectrum auction process, which has resulted in a legal challenge from MTN. ICASA published its Invitation to Apply (ITA) notice on 2 October 2020 to invite applications for new spectrum in the IMT700, IMT800, IMT2600,...

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As part of its ongoing commitment to rationalise government entities under its state-owned enterprises (SOE) plan, South Africa’s Department of Communications and Digital Technologies has announced plans to streamline a number of prominent bodies, including telecoms regulator the Independent Communications Authority South Africa (ICASA). MyBroadband cites the government department as saying: ‘The state signal distributor SENTECH will...

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The Independent Communications Authority of South Africa (ICASA) has asked telcos to pay for the emergency spectrum issued during the COVID-19 disaster regulations. This as SA’s leading mobile operators posted strong results during the National State of Disaster as more people took to working and learning from home. Operators such as Vodacom and MTN have already made use of...