Telecommunications services in south africa are regulated by the independent communications authority of south africa icasa which was established in terms of the independent communication authority of south africa act of 2000 icasa act. Many developments in the policy law and regulation have taken place since then telecommunications law in south africa includes chapters on a wide range of important regulatory topics including licensing interconnection and facilities leasing pricing and universal service it also includes chapters on regulation and convergence as well as on economics and technologies authored by recognised experts in those areas separate chapters on the electronic communications and transactions act . amended by independent communications authority of south africa act 13 of 2000 from 11 may 2000 s 1 5 25 28 94 amends general law amendment act 68 of 1957 amends post and telecommunications related matters act previously post office act 44 of 1958. Telecommunications law in south africa telecommunications law in south africa edited by lisa thornton yasmin carrim patric mtshaulana and pippa reyburn a lisa thornton inc empowerment initiative funded in part by the acacia programme of the international development research centre idrc canada 00 contents 5 10 06 1206 pm page 1 first published in 2006 by ste publishers 4th floor . Telecommunications law in south africa was published in 2006 the result of a project to develop a text book on telecommunications law in south africa and at the same time empower young professionals in the field the project was developed and implemented by lisa thornton inc with partial funding provided by the international development research
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