Certification by the South African authority ICASA (Independent Communications Authority of South Africa) enables manufacturers of products with radio technology to access the South African market.
The scope of testing for ICASA certification relates to the requirements for CE marking based on the Radio Equipment Directive and national specifications. Generally, no testing is required in South Africa for such certification, but a local contact person must be involved in the certification process. A manufacturer should allow ten to twelve weeks for approval.
|Duration of approval||Permanent|
|Approval label required?||Yes|
|Local representative required?||Yes|
|Local testing required?||No|
|Time zone||GMT +2|
|Official language||English, Afrikaans|
Responsible for the market approval of devices with radio technologies in South Africa:
ICASA (Independent Communications Authority of South Africa)
350 Witch-Hazel Ave