Opponents of a new system to audit telecoms revenues argue it may be unconstitutional.
Uganda’s regulator will investigate MTN to see what more can be done about customers sending mobile money to the wrong numbers.
The purchase of an RA solution by Safaricom causes a journalist to confuse his readers and draw all the wrong conclusions.
The wildest Hollywood conspiracy plot is easier to follow than the story of the contract for Ghana’s third national RA auditor.
If you were writing a Hollywood script about big money and government intrigue, you could base it on the string of claims made about Ghana’s national revenue assurance audit.
Ghana’s government paid two different firms to audit telco revenues, but say they did no work. So now they are paying yet more money to a third RA vendor.
Questions are being asked about who ultimately receives the income generated by international traffic.
RA vendors should do more to develop solutions that use sophisticated techniques like machine learning and predictive analytics.
Telcos will face additional pricing headaches as the Ugandan government imposes a tax on social media users of 200 shillings (roughly 5 US cents) per day.
African telcos could save money and protect the environment by using renewable energy sources for remote sites, but this may not suit state-run energy suppliers.