Star Africa loses ISP, radio licences in Rwanda.

By bne IntelliNews July 8, 2011
The Rwanda Utilities Regulatory Agency (RURA) has revoked the radio communication license and ISP licence held by Star Africa Media for failure to honour contractual obligations, the New Times newspaper reported. The decision was taken following numerous enforcement letters issued by RURA's management and subsequent enforcement notice issued by the regulatory board, RURA director general, Regis Gatarayiha, was quoted as saying. Star Africa Media also holds a digital pay TV license, the newspaper said.

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