The Independent Communications Authority of South Africa (ICASA) has, over the past few years, been labelled by industry commentators as an organisation that has neither the teeth nor the will to enforce its own regulations or to regulate spectrum effectively, to take South Africa on the broadband highway. This changed when ICASA recently swooped on Wireless Business Solutions (WBS) and its subsidiaries iBurst and Broadlink, and seized radio communications equipment from six of the company’s sites, leaving thousands of their customers without internet connection… (more)

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