This was after LCA had earlier that day canceled VCL’s license, accusing the telecommunications giant of failing to pay its fine.
In response, VCL rushed to the court to seek an interdiction stopping LCA from interfering with its services.
The respondents in this case which continues before Justice Thamsanqa Nomngcongo include LCA chairman of the board, LCA and the authority’s chief executive officer ’Mamarame Matela.
As a result, Justice Nomngcongo ordered the LCA chairman to within 14 days remit to the Registrar of the High Court a record of proceedings pursuant to which the respondents arrived at the decision that the applicant contravened conditions of its unified license to the extent that it allegedly contravened the law.
The court also demanded to know why the chairman arrived at the decision to impose a fine of M134 million on the applicant.
Justice Nomngcongo further instructed the respondents to explain how they arrived at the decision to revoke VCL’s license.