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ICT Skills Registry Launches in South Africa

The Internet Service Providers Association (ISPA), in partnership with the Wireless Access Providers Association of South Africa (WAPA) and the Wireless Application Service Provider Association (WASPA), announces the launch of phase 1 of the ICT Skills Registry, a searchable...

South Africa Could See Cheaper International Calls Thanks to ICASA

The Internet Service Providers’ Association of SA (ISPA) says that it welcomes moves by the Independent Communications Authority of SA (ICASA) to conduct a new 'cost modelling exercise' with regards to voice call termination rates and to introduce curbs...

7 Ways to Reduce Cybersecurity Risks

Most corporate employees are still using remote working tools to help beat COVID-19, according to a recent survey by human resources consultants 21st Century. South Africa’s Internet Service Providers’ Association (ISPA), however, cautions work from home employees that the high-speed...

Telkom accused of stalling number portability

Despite number portability launching in South Africa in 2006, non-geographic number portability is still being delayed by Telkom, said ISPA. This facility aimed at boosting competition within the country's historically-uncompetitive telecoms sector has been wildly-successful with more than eight million...

Open access fibre making progress in South Africa, says ISPA

Communities across the country are increasingly insisting on open access fibre optic cable installations which provide a neutral platform for ISPs to compete with each other to the benefit of tenants and residents. That’s the word from South Africa’s Internet...

Routed co-founder Malcolm Siegel appointed as ISPA director

On Wednesday 29 November 2017, cloud infrastructure providers, Routed, announced that its co-founder, Malcolm Siegel, has been appointed to the board of The Internet Service Providers’ Association (ISPA). He previously served as an ISPA member since 2011, in a...

Make ICASA Minutes public says SA’s ISP Association

South Africa's Internet Service Provider Association (ISPA) has called on the Independent Communications Authority of SA (ICASA) to voluntarily adopt a proposed amendment to the ICASA Act which would require it to make minutes of ICASA Council meetings available to...

South Africa: ISPA wants action on high mobile broadband costs

The Internet Service Providers’ Association of SA (ISPA) has called for the Independent Communications Authority of South Africa (ICASA) to act decisively to increase short-term broadband penetration by promoting greater competition within the mobile data market. ISPA’s call is made...

South Africa: renewed call for audit of radio spectrum use

The Internet Service Providers’ Association (ISPA) is once again calling on the Department of Communications to release information relating to progress made in auditing the use of radio frequency spectrum in South Africa. “Spectrum is a resource that needs to...

ISPA members to test broadband pilot programme

Following discussions with the Internet Service Provider’s Association (ISPA), Telkom South Africa has announced the participation of several of ISPA’s members in its high speed broadband pilot programme. Telkom’s high-speed broadband pilot footprint spans 16000 ports and aims to test the...
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