ADVERT FOR PROVISION OF SECURITY SERVICES AT LCA PREMISES

Lesotho Communications Authority (LCA) invites tenders from local security companies or firms to provide 24hr security service at the LCA office complex at 30 Princess Margaret, remote monitoring station at Ha – Abia and VLP installation at Mpilo Hilton Hill. There will be a mandatory site visit on Wednesday, the 29th May 2019. Potential tenderers…

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PUBLIC CONSULTATION

The Lesotho Communications Authority announces that it has received an application for a Community Radio Station broadcasting licence from Thaba-Phatšoa FM. (Reg. No. 2018/463) The Authority in terms of rule 3(8) of the Lesotho Communications Authority (Administrative) Rules 2016 invites comments from the public on this application. The application is available at the offices of…

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REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS – ADVERTISEMENT FOR PROVISION OF DIGITAL LITERACY TRAINING FOR TEACHERS UNDER THE SCHOOL CONNECT PROJECT

The Lesotho Communications Authority (LCA) invites service providers to bid for the opportunity provide Information and Communications Technology (ICT) Training to teachers under the School Connect project. The sealed tender envelopes marked “SC: DIGITAL LITERACY TRAINING FOR TEACHERS” must be submitted on or before the 29th November 2018 at 12:00hrs at LCA Offices, at the…

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REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS (RFP) – FOR PROVISION AND INSTALLATION OF NETWORK EQUIPMENT FOR INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING – NUL PILOT

INTRODUCTION The Kingdom of Lesotho has 23 institutions or campuses (for the purpose of this document they are referred to as institutions) of higher learning identified as potential beneficiaries of this project. Together, these institutions have a population of close to 24,500.  The National University of Lesotho (NUL) accounts for about 50% of the student…

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School Connect Project

School Connect   As part of a joint effort between CAMARA Lesotho, Lesotho Communications Authority, Econet Telecom Lesotho and Vodacom Lesotho, the project School Connect will be making it possible for high and secondary schools to access Information and Communications Technology (ICT) assistance.  The kind of assistance schools can expect under this programme include:  …

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LCA Statement on The Radio Spectrum Management Policy 2014

The Lesotho Communications Authority (LCA) hereby notifies the Information and Communications Technology (ICT) sector and the general public in Lesotho that the use of Industrial, Scientific and Medical (ISM) frequency band for broadband wireless mesh networks is henceforth allowed. The decision to allow the wider use of the ISM band is made to enable wider…

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REQUEST FOR COMMENTS

Public consultation on the change of sponsoring organization for .ls ccTLD Lesotho Network Information Centre (LsNIC), is a company established by Lesotho Communications Authority (LCA) to manage Lesotho’s Internet domain names, which is to act as the trustee for .ls ccTLD.  LsNIC is seeking comments from the public on changing the role of sponsoring organization…

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INVITATION TO APPLY FOR CONTENT (BROADCASTING) SERVICES LICENCES

INVITATION TO APPLY Acting in accordance with Rule 3 (2) of the Lesotho Communications Authority (Administrative) Rules – Legal Notice No. 77 of 2016, the Authority hereby invites interested entities to apply for licences for provision of Content (Broadcasting) Services in the categories of Commercial/Private and Community Broadcasting Services as defined in the Lesotho Communications Authority (Licensing Classification and Fees)…

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CRASA REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS TO DEVELOP A HARMONISED COST MODEL FOR ROAMING SERVICES

REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS TO DEVELOP A HARMONISED COST MODEL FOR ROAMING SERVICES IN THE SOUTHERN AFRICA DEVELOPMENT COMMUNITY (SADC) FOR THE COMMUNICATIONS REGULATORS’ ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHERN AFRICA (CRASA) The Communication Regulators’ Association of Southern Africa (CRASA) is a consultative body of regulators and other stakeholders dealing in telecommunications, broadcasting and postal sectors. CRASA was established…

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