Cancelled Licences

[18 June 2018] ICASA has published a notice in the Government Gazette declaring that the individual electronic communications service licence (IECS) and class electronic communications network service licence (CECNS) issued to Ukhahlamba Communications (Pty) Ltd to have expired due to a failure of the licensee to commence operations or request an extension as well as non-payment of ALF and USAF contributions.

Expiry of Class Electronic Communications Network Services (CECNS) and Individual Electronic Communications Services (IECS) Licences Issued to Ukhahlamba Communications (Pty) Ltd

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[24 November 2017] ICASA has published a notice in the Government Gazette declaring that the individual service licences (IECS and IECNS) issued to Enverge Communications (Pty) Ltd, Powerline Communications (Pty) Ltd, Pluto Internet (Pty) Ltd and OpenVoice Service Providers (Pty) Ltd, effective 24 November 2017.  This flows from the failure of the licensees to make payment of annual licence fees or contributions to the Universal Service and Access Fund (USAF) or to commence operations within the required time periods (or request extensions to commence operations).

Expiry of Individual Licences (Enverge Communications, Powerline Communications, Pluto Internet and OpenVoice Providers)

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[28 July 2017] ICASA has published a notice in the Government Gazette declaring that the individual service licences (IECS and IECNS) issued to Netwave Internet and and Class service licence (CECS) issued to Bultimex CC t/a Inetsure to have expired effective from date of publication of the gazette. This is due to the failure of either licensee to make payment of annual licence fees or contributions to the Universal Service and Access Fund (USAF) or to commence operations within the required time periods (or request extensions to commence operations).

Expiry of licences (Bultimex t/a Inetsure and Netwave Internet)

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[29 June 2017] ICASA is considering cancelling the licences held by four untraceable licensees in the event that these licensees do not submit information by 30 July 2017 to satisfy ICASA that they are active and using their licences. Any interested parties have until 30 July, 16h00 to respond via email: lmabulu@icasa.org.za

ICASA release

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[16 March 2017] ICASA’s Complaints and Compliance Committee has given notice of its intention to cancel the licences held by the three licensees in the event that these licensees do not submit information by 20 March 2017 to satisfy ICASA that they are active and using their licences. Any interested parties have until 20 March, 16h00 to respond via email: lmabulu@icasa.org.za

CCC licence cancellations

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[10 October 2016] ICASA has published a notice in the Government Gazette declaring that the individual service licences (IECS and IECNS) issued to Mystic Blue Trading 55 (Pty) Ltd and Sundial Telecom (Pty) Ltd were deemed to have expired on 28 May 2010 and 15 January 2010 respectively. This flows from the failure of either licensee to make payment of annual licence fees or contributions to the Universal Service and Access Fund (USAF) or to commence operations within the required time periods (or request extensions to commence operations).

Expiry of individual licences Mystic Blue Trading 55 and Sundial Telecom

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[8 August 2015] ICASA has given notice that it has withdrawn the individual electronic communications service (IECS) and individual electronic communications network service (IECNS) licences issued to Primetel (Pty) Ltd and Serram Systems, as a result of these licensees not, after due inquiry by the Authority, having commenced the provision of licensed services within six months as prescribed by the Regulations regarding Standard Terms and Conditions for Individual Licences 2010.  A similar notice was issued in respect of the class electronic communications service (CECS) licence issued to Foize Africa.

 

 

2018-06-18T07:57:04+00:00November 24th, 2017|licensing, snippets|