5 edition of Telecommunications Law in South Africa found in the catalog.
April 1, 2006
by STE Publishers
Written in English
|Contributions||Lisa Thornton (Editor), Yasmin Carrim (Editor), Patric Mtshaulana (Editor), Pippa Reburn (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||343|
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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.
Telecommunications Law in South Africa was published in - 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 Centre.
Telecommunications law-An overview -- 2. Telecommunications Technologies -- 3. The Economics of Telecommunications and its Regulations -- 4. The Telecommunications Regulators -- 5. Licensing -- 6. Interconnection and Facilities Leasing -- 7.
Telecommunications Pricing Regulation -- 8. Universal Services and Universal Access -- 9. Convergence -- Telecommunications infrastructure in South Africa provides modern and efficient service to urban areas, including cellular and internet services. InTelkom, the South African telecommunications parastatal, was partly privatised and entered into a strategic equity partnership with a consortium of two companies, including SBC, a U.S.
telecommunications. Telecommunications in South Africa. Telecommunications in South Africa, including internet, television and phone services, are at a good standard in urban areas. In recent years, there has been an increase in the number of providers in all industries, meaning greater consideration needs to be given to choosing the appropriate packages.
Our specialists in technology, media and telecommunications law advise clients in this sector operating or looking to enter into the African market. With extensive experience of the regulatory landscape in many African jurisdictions, we assist our clients get to market quickly while avoiding many of the pitfalls of operating in a new jurisdiction.
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 (‘ICASA Act’).
South Africa after the historic first democratic election in Many developments in the policy, law and regulation have taken place since then. This book, Telecommunications Law in South Africa, has been written to provide an overview of the policy, law and regulation of telecommunications in South Africa.
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Television. TV remains the medium of choice for most South Africans. According to Statistics South Africa’s (Stats SA) General Household Survey (GHS) ofmore than four-fifths of households in the country owned TV sets (82,2%) in This overview is intended as a basic primer in South African law and regulation relating to electronic Telecommunications Act of which was protectionist in that it sought to protect the incumbent fixed-line provider, Telkom SA Ltd, from the effects of competition.
The book consists of three parts. Part 1, which comprises 5 chapters, deals with the legal-philosophical aspects of communications law. In Part II, we deal with certain statutory and common law limitations to the right to freedom of expression. The book's authors are international policy-makers and scholars, who examine the regulatory environment within a theoretical and historical context.
The book looks at the roots of regulatory and legislative changes by discussing individually the countries at the forefront of the revolution: the UK, France, Germany, Japan and the United States.Country Question and Answer Chapters: The International Comparative Legal Guide to: Telecoms, Media & Internet Laws & Regulations 30 Serbia Živković Samardžić: Slobodan Kremenjak & Miloš Stojković 31 Singapore Webb Henderson: Angus Henderson & Daryl Cox 32 South Africa Bowman Gilfillan, member of the Bowman Gilfillan Africa Group.DLA Piper is a global law firm operating through various separate and distinct legal entities.
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