Independent Communications Authority of South Africa

Regulator South Africa

The Independent Communications Authority of South Africa (ICASA) is the official regulator of the South African communications, broadcasting and postal services sectors.

We develop regulations for these sectors, issue licences to telecommunications and broadcasting service providers, monitor licensee compliance with rules and regulations, plan and manage the radio frequency spectrum, and protect consumers against unfair business practices and poor-quality services.

Everything we do is aimed at ensuring that all people in South Africa have access to basic communication services at affordable prices. In terms or our licence agreements, operators have to roll out services in under-serviced areas and we ensure that licensees contribute to the Universal Service and Access Fund.

Make ICASA your next career choice. We are committed to attracting and developing individuals who have a passion for growing the communications sector, are self-motivated, innovative and results-driven.

The broadcasting and ICT sectors offer unlimited exciting career opportunities, far beyond the entertainment we see on our television screens and hear on our radio stations.

Whether you have a qualification in Electrical Engineering, Law, Media and Communications, Human Resources, Finance, Administration or Supply Chain Management and Procurement, ICASA has a variety of Divisions and there is something for many skilled professionals.

We offer various career growth opportunities and this is integrated with recognising potential in people. We continue to strive towards attracting and retaining the best talent that will ensure organisational growth and sustainability.

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