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The inaugural 16 members of the ICT Council were appointed by the Minister of Telecommunications & Postal Services on 23 September 2015 after being concurred by Cabinet, Cabinet Meeting of 23 September 2015. The appointed Councilors met for the first time on 1 October 2015 to constitute the ICT Council and adopted its first Constitution.

 

In terms of the Constitution of the ICT Council, the appointed Councilors serve a four-year term (First Term), renewable for a further four years (Second Term). The First Term of the ICT Council ends on 30 September 2019. “The ICT Council is preparing for the Second Term of Office. The ICT Council must be comprised of a minimum of 14 and a maximum of 16 appointed Councilors. The ICT Council currently is comprised of 15 appointed Councilors.” said Andile Tlhoaele, Chairperson of the ICT Council.

 

 

Second Term of Office of the B-BBEE ICT Sector Council begins on the 02 October 2019.

The ICT Sector comprises four ICT industry sub-sectors: Broadcasting, Information Technology, Telecommunications and Electronics.

 

 

The ICT Sector Council functions through five sub-committees;

1. Executive Committee, which comprises of the chairpersons of all the sub-committees, which is chaired by the Deputy Chairperson Councilor Pheladi Gwangwa
2. Communications and Stakeholder Engagement Committee chaired by Councilor Petronella Linders
3. Guidance and Monitoring Committee chaired by Councilor Adrian Schofield
4. Review and Amendment Committee chaired by Councilor Sara-Jane Capazario
5. Strategy, Governance, Risk & Funding Committee chaired by Councilor Lucky Masilela

 

 

 

The ICT Sector Council is responsible for developing, reviewing and publishing the B-BBEE
Amended ICT Sector Code (the ICT Sector Code). The ICT Sector Council is also mandated
to monitor the implementation of the ICT Sector Code and report its progress to Honourable
Minister Ms. Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams, President Cyril Ramaphosa’s Advisory Council on
BEE, Honourable Minister Ebrahim Patel and the B-BBEE Commissioner Ms. Zodwa Ntuli.

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