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.
The boss of the Communications Authority of Kenya, Francis Wangusi, believes it is necessary to use the law to prevent his powers being usurped by a subordinate.
Gambia’s regulator claims that liberalization will leave them better able to monitor… but then lists so many things they will monitor that it becomes hard to believe.
Telkom Kenya’s new T-kash mobile money service shows how some telcos have failed to learn from the experiences of others.
The regulator’s botched implementation of controls to verify who buys SIMs has taken work away from young people and caused a nightmare for telcos.
This new survey claims that cybercrime is the fourth most prevalent form of economic crime in Tanzania.