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Johannesburg – The Independent Communications Authority of South Africa hereby gives notice to the media and stakeholders of the public hearings to be held in respect of the applications received for Individual Commercial Sound Broadcasting Service licences in both the Primary and Secondary Markets.

 

The Authority has received seven (7) applications for the Primary Markets of Gauteng, Cape Town and Durban while there were three (3) applications received for the Secondary Markets of Free State and Eastern Cape.

 

The public hearings on this matter will be held as follows:

 

 Date:    14 to 16 August 2013 (Primary Markets)

              22 to 23 August 2013 (Secondary Markets)

 

 Time: 09h00

 

 Venue: Block C Presentation Room (ICASA)

            164 Katherine Street

            Sandton

            2146

 

It is the Authority’s intention to award two Primary Markets licences on the Medium Wave Band to applicants in the geographical markets in Gauteng, two in the metropolitan areas of and around Durban and a further two licences in the metropolitan areas of and around Cape Town.

 

With regard to the Secondary Markets licensing process, it was the Authority’s intention to award one (1) licence to the successful applicant in the Northern Cape Province. Two (2) licences to the successful applicants in the Free State Province and One (1) licence to the successful applicant in the Eastern Cape Province.  However, there was no application received from the Northern Cape.

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