ARTICLES RELATING TO ICASA

Labour Wrap: Avoiding the slippery slope to autocracy

2016-07-21 07:28

The sacking of journalists at the SABC is the latest indication that we are on a slippery slope towards autocracy, says Terry Bell.

Still no SABC response to Icasa ruling

2016-07-20 12:42

The SABC has still not responded to Icasa’s ruling that it must withdraw its ban on the broadcasting of violent protest footage.

SA 'poised' to sell high-speed broadband spectrum

2016-07-15 07:35

South Africa will start the process of selling broadband spectrum after a delay of several years, a significant step toward introducing high-speed internet.

A summary of Icasa's SABC ruling

2016-07-12 15:31

We take a closer look at the Independent Communications Authority of SA's ruling that the SABC withdraw its ban on the broadcasting of violent protests.

Hlaudi will ignore Icasa ruling - Solidarity

2016-07-12 10:48

The trade union representing eight journalists who were either charged or suspended by the SABC expects COO Hlaudi Motsoeneng to ignore Icasa's ruling that the broadcaster remove its ban on broadcasting protests.

FULL TEXT: Icasa’s ruling against the SABC

2016-07-11 17:38

Read the Independent Communications Authority of SA’s full ruling that the SABC withdraw its decision to ban the coverage of violent protests at the broadcaster.

Icasa rules SABC must withdraw decision to not air violence - reports

2016-07-11 14:01

The Independent Communications Authority of South Africa has ruled that the SABC must withdraw its decision to not air footage of violent protests, reports say.

No end in sight for Icasa strike

2016-07-08 13:51

Strike action at the Independent Communications Authority of South Africa (Icasa) has stretched to a fifth day.

Icasa strike action stretches into third day

2016-07-06 12:55

Workers of the Independent Communications Authority of South Africa continued their picketing action on Wednesday.

SABC needs evidence to back up protest decision - Icasa

2016-06-25 08:42

No empirical evidence was used to back up the SABC’s decision to ban coverage of violent protests, an Icasa public hearing has been told.

 

SABC agrees to abide by order - Icasa

2016-07-20 15:43

Icasa says the SABC has agreed to abide by its order to withdraw the ban on broadcasting violent protests.

Bidders to pay R3bn in SA spectrum auction

2016-07-15 14:04

Networks wanting radio frequency spectrum licences for faster mobile broadband services in South Africa will have to fork out at least R3bn.

More protests planned against SABC, this time outside Luthuli House

2016-07-13 06:16

The Right2Know Campaign and SOS Coalition are expected to discuss staging a protest outside ANC headquarters Luthuli House in response developments at the SABC.

'Censorship has no place in a democracy' - Sanef on Icasa's SABC ruling

2016-07-12 11:30

The SA National Editor’s Forum has welcomed the Independent Communications Authority of SA's ruling, directing the SABC to withdraw its decision to ban visuals of violent protests.

It is not a blanket ban, it’s a veil - SABC

2016-07-11 20:57

The SABC stands by its decision not to air footage of the destruction of property during violent protests and will not retract it, its management says.

'It's great news' - Icasa ruling on SABC protest ban welcomed

2016-07-11 16:42

Icasa's order that the SABC must reverse its decision to ban visuals of violent protests is a step in the right direction, the lead complainant in the matter said on Monday.

SABC journalists want suspensions lifted

2016-07-10 19:07

Certain suspended SABC journalists want their suspensions lifted following the indefinite postponement of their disciplinary hearings, trade union Solidarity said, adding that the next move would be the Labour Court.

Icasa to make ruling on SABC censorship

2016-07-07 10:32

The Independent Communications Authority of SA is set to make a ruling on the decision by the SABC to ban coverage of violent protests.

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Almost 100 staff of the Independent Communications Authority of South Africa have gone on strike this week over a pay and human resource policies dispute.

Almost 100 staff of the Independent Communications Authority of South Africa have gone on strike this week over a pay and human resource policies dispute.

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Icasa can't reverse Hlaudi’s decision - SABC lawyer

2016-06-24 21:24

Icasa has no power to reverse the SABC’s decision to ban coverage of violent protests, the public broadcaster’s lawyer said on Friday.

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