Licensee Compliance - Warnings from ICASA

Posted by LA Thornton on Wednesday, September 14, 2016
On 12 Sept 2016, ICASA has published a "courtesy notice", reminding licensees of certain obligations regarding the submission of fees and reports to ICASA.  In the notice, ICASA also warned licensees that if they failed to meet their obligations, "any application; request and or notification made by the Licensee to the Authority may not be considered". Other enforcement action could include referral to the Compliance and Compliants Committee or invocation of section 17H of the ICASA Act

The notice also notified licensees that are not yet operating of the need to submit requests for extensions of time and resellers to apply for the right to provide licence exempt services and 

In fact, there are more than 20 reporting documents that must be submitted to ICASA each year.  
On 12 Sept 2016, ICASA published a notice reminding licensees of certain obligations regarding the submission of fees and reports to ICASA.  In the notice, ICASA also warned licensees that if they failed to meet their obligations, "any application; request and or notification made by the Licensee to the Authority may not be considered". Other enforcement action could include referral to the Compliance and Complaints Committee or invocation of section 17H of the ICASA Act.

The notice also notified licensees that are not yet operating of the need to submit requests for extensions of time, and resellers to apply for the right to provide licence exempt services.

In fact, there are more than 20 reporting documents that must be submitted to ICASA each year.  We are offering a special right now.  Pay for a customized licensee compliance manual and receive assistance for one year with all submissions required by ICASA's regulations.  For more information, please contact us.



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