At the core of the Electronic Communications Act is a regime for the licensing of electronic communications services (ECS), electronic communications network services (ECNS), radio frequency spectrum and equipment (type approval).
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[3 April 2022] Below are links to the ICASA fee adjustments for the government financial year commencing on 1 April 2022. Notice regarding increase in administrative fees relating to service licences March 2022 Notice regarding [...]
[9 April 2021] ICASA has published the final Code for Persons with Disabilities Regulations, 2021 which will come into force 18 months from the date of publication in the Gazette (10 October 2022). Code for [...]
[9 August 2014] After an inordinate delay, ICASA have published a reasons document which sets out their reasons for both the General Licence Fee Regulations 2012 as well as the General Licence Fees Amendment [...]
[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 [...]