Siphoning money from stealth taxes on voice is only an intermediary stage in the business plan for Global Voice Group (GVG).
The 217mn inhabitants of the world’s seventh-largest country are told that telcos need revenue assurance to be imposed from outside.
The Head of Communications at SAS Institute sees no problem with a wild generalization about Africans and crime.
If regulators should worry about KYC, AML, data protection, fraud and cybersecurity they cannot simply ignore the integrity of revenues.
The GSMA says mobile money continues to expand but there is reason to doubt this is matched by investment in RAFM controls.
Angela Collings is the most widely-published writer about telecoms revenue assurance that you have never heard of.
Some thoughts about the difference between being more advanced and being a leader.
Nigerian authorities are unnecessarily complicating the delivery of mobile money to the people.
The recent wangiri attack upon Kenyans emphasizes the need for global cooperation to prevent wangiri fraud.
Joseph Nderitu and Willie Hofmeyr both used humor to lighten the stories of corruption they recounted at the RAG Johannesburg conference.