Khaya Sithole | From auction alliances to auction allocations – lessons for Icasa

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Icasa has opted for an auction process in order to allocate one of the last remaining state crown jewels – the communications spectrum. The problem, however, is that in SA, the dominance of few players lies at the heart of all decisions relating to public resources, writes Khaya Sithole.

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