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Icasa will issue two invitations to apply (ITAs) to participate in the national spectrum auction and licensing process by no longer than the end of September, the communications regulator said in a statement on Thursday. The spectrum will be allocated by the end of Icasa’s financial year in March 2021, which is three months later than...

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The proposed policy which allows electronic communications network service (ECNS) licensees to erect 5G towers on private property may infringe on South Africans’ constitutional rights. This is according to civic organisations and telecoms analysts reacting to the proposed policy that aims to accommodate the accelerated deployment of electronic communications networks, such as LTE and 5G....

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The Independent Communications Authority of SA (ICASA) plans to issue an invitation to apply (ITA) for International Mobile Telecommunications (IMT) spectrum, commonly known as high-demand spectrum, at the end of this financial quarter (end of June). ICASA revealed this timeline during its briefing to Parliament’s Portfolio Committee on Communications on the licensing of high-demand spectrum,...

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To accommodate the surge in internet traffic during the COVID-19 pandemic in Ghana, President Nana Akufo-Addo has directed the Ministry of Communications to extend the spectrum of networks belonging to MTN and Vodafone, at no cost to the service providers. Ghana’s Communications Minister Ursula Owusu-Ekuful said the restriction of movements in the country has led...

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Communications regulator Icasa has refused to budge on its decision to “expropriate” a portion of Telkom’s spectrum assets, describing the allegations made by the telecommunications operator as “spurious”. TechCentral broke the news on Monday that Telkom had accused Icasa of expropriating its radio frequency assets in its allocation of emergency temporary spectrum to operators last week to provide...

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Telkom has accused communications regulator Icasa of expropriating its radio frequency assets in its allocation of emergency temporary spectrum to operators last week to provide relief during the national Covid-19 crisis. The company has told TechCentral that Icasa allocated spectrum in the 2.3GHz band on a temporary basis that it already has exclusive rights to. It...