Welcome to the Internet Service Providers’ Association

ISPA is a South African non profit company, and recognised Internet industry representative body. Formed in 1996, ISPA has historically served as an active industry body, facilitating exchange between the different independent Internet service providers, ICASA and other government structures, operators and other service providers in South Africa..

Latest Press Releases

Silence Greets ICASA’s Call Termination Rates

The Independent Communications Authority of SA (ICASA) announced last week that it has concluded its three-year investigation into call termination rates. These are the fees telephony service providers, including Telkom and the mobile network operators, pay each other to terminate voice calls made by a subscriber of one service provider to a subscriber of another […]


The Exceptionally Unhelpful Subscriber Service Charter Regulations

ICASA has made much of amendments to the End-User and Subscriber Service Charter (EUSSC) Regulations which it says will help consumers with some of the more predatory practices employed by mobile networks and other service providers. However, says SA’s Internet Service Providers’ Association (ISPA), it is now more than 100 days since these regulations were […]


A Trio of Winners for ICT in Education Awards

South Africa’s Internet Service Providers’ Association (ISPA) has named Matema Jacobeth Malatji of Diopong Primary School as ISPA SuperTeacher of the Year 2018 following a gala dinner held last night as a centrepoint of the annual iWeek Internet industry conference and exhibition. ISPA is the longtime sponsor of SA’s longest-running national ICT in education awards […]


Cape Town’s Internet Exchange Extended to Three Sites

In a boost for Internet connectivity in the Mother City, INX-ZA says Cape Town’s Internet Exchange (CINX) has been successfully extended to a third location in Diep River. INX-ZA operates SA’s only community-run Internet exchanges in Cape Town (CINX), Johannesburg (JINX), and Durban (DINX) after JINX began as a project of the country’s Internet Service […]