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Public invited to nominate ICASA councillors

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This article was originally published on ITWeb Read more at source.

The Portfolio Committee on Communications in Parliament is calling on the public and organisations to nominate suitable candidates to fill five vacancies at the council of the Independent Communications Authority of South Africa (ICASA), in terms of the ICASA Act. 

In a statement, the committee says one of the five vacancies will be filled immediately, and the rest will be filled in April 2020, upon the expiry of the term of office of the four councillors.

The South African telecoms regulator defines its council as its highest decision-making body. It consists of eight members and the chairperson.

Boyce Maneli, chairperson of the portfolio committee, notes the Act requires that persons appointed to the council must be South African citizens permanently residing in the country and committed to fairness, freedom of expression, openness and accountability, and must be representative of a broad cross-section of the population of the Republic of South Africa.

The closing date for nominations is Friday, 27 September at 16:00. 


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