The Swaziland Communications Commission is the regulatory body responsible for regulating the communications sector in Swaziland, constituting of telecommunication services and networks, broadcasting services, postal services and the use and allocation of radio spectrum. It derives its mandate from the Swaziland Communications Commission Act no. 10 of 2013.
The Commission became operational on the 31st July 2013, effectively taking over all the regulatory powers of the sector from the Swaziland Posts and Telecommunications Corporation (SPTC) and Swaziland Television Authority (STVA).
The Commission is mainly responsible for:
The Commission is overseen by a Board of the Directors consisting of non-executive member and all decisions of the Board are executed by the Chief Executive Officer and is supported by an executive team.