ICASA's mandate includes the protection of consumer interests in the electronic communications industry. It therefore has a sectoral focus as opposed to the broad scope of interest of the National Consumer Commission.
[27 February 2014] ICASA have extended the deadline for submissions to 16h00 on 14 March 2014. ICASA Extends Deadline For Submissions On The Draft Review Of The End-User And Subscriber Service Charter Notice of Extension for Submissions on Draft EUSSC ___ [23 January 2014] ICASA has published what appears to be a comprehensive review of […]
[29 April 2012] ICASA has published the Code of Conduct for Carrier Pre-Selection Phase 1 in terms of the Carrier Pre-Selection Phase 1 Regulations published on 27 September 2010. The Code of Conduct was signed by the ICASA Chairperson on 18 April 2012 and published in the Government Gazette on 28 April 2012. Carrier Preselection […]
The following is derived from the ICASA Annual Report for the period ending 31 March 2011 Consumer affairs and complaints ICASA handles the resolution of consumer complaints in the sphere of communication services. The following table details the complaints received in the period ending 31 March 2011 Quality of Service complaints QUALITY OF SERVICE Description […]
ICASA has made available their Annual Report for the period ending 31 March 2011. The Report details ICASA’s efforts and progress over the last year in the South African regulatory environment. See below for some of the more noteworthy regulatory statistics from the past year. Frequency Issues and Type Approval Legal and the CCC […]
ICASA has given notice to licensees that it has established a Council Committee with the mandate to consider section 5(3) of the CPA and provide advice to Council. ICASA made it clear that it will undertake a consultative process before making a final determination on an application for exemption. ICASA Notification on the Exemption […]
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Consumer Protection Act Regulations (1 April 2011) The Minister of Trade and Industry is required under section 6(1) of the CPA to make a determination as to the annual turnover or asset value threshold above which a juristic person will not be entitled to the protections offered by the Act. The applicable threshold applicable […]