Powers of Postal Authority
1. To grant licences for postal services and purposes connected therewith under this Act and to supervise and enforce compliance with the provisions of such licences.
2. To give directions to any person granted a licence under this Act.
3. To levy such charges and fees for the granting of such licences and other services provided by the Postal Authority as may in its opinion be appropriate.
4. To regulate rates, charges and fees levied by operators of postal systems and postal services.
5. To issue or approve standards of performance, codes of practice and advisory guidelines relating to postal systems and postal services, or any other matter related to the functions of the Postal Authority.
6. To regulate the interconnection of and access to systems of operators of postal systems and postal services.
7. To regulate the sharing of installation or plant used for postal services between postal licensees.
8. To control and regulate the management and allocation of numbering plans and schemes for postal systems and postal services.
9. To issue postage stamps and to control and regulate the provision of stamps by postal licensees.
10. To levy such rates, charges and fees and to decide such rates or apportionment thereof as between itself and other foreign postal administrations as may in its opinion be appropriate.
11. To engage in conjunction with other statutory bodies or other foreign postal administrations and international agencies or organisations for the purposes of promoting postal systems and postal services.