Mobile services that allow ordinary Zimbabweans to escape inflation by exchanging money into US dollars are being shut down.
FCC Chair Jessica Rosenworcel wants to know who has visibility of usage data before deciding if a foreign-owned business can provide comms services to Americans.
Some of the grand claims made for South Africa’s draft National Policy on Data and the Cloud make little sense in a world where data easily crosses borders.
Ugandan lawyer Dalie Tibugwisa has identified the key regulatory challenges for mobile money in Uganda and more generally.
It is not possible for the telecoms sector to serve both ordinary people and the governments that oppress them.
Nigerian authorities are unnecessarily complicating the delivery of mobile money to the people.
The Head of Regulatory Affairs at Multichoice Mozambique talks about business ethics and why she helped start Mozambique’s Coalition for Organisational Integrity
MTN Ghana will not have succeeded without taking risks, raising a question about regulators punishing telcos for good decisions.
A vibrant and free press is vital to holding public bodies accountable for their failures. Tanzania’s press prefers to blame telcos for every failure by every government function.
Moses Injendi MP wants fines and prison sentences for unregistered bloggers and administrators of social media groups.