The Head of Regulatory Affairs at Multichoice Mozambique talks about business ethics and why she helped start Mozambique’s Coalition for Organisational Integrity
Yesterday’s episode of RAG TV featured Joseph Nderitu sharing his story of being falsely accused by the Tanzanian regulator, and veteran investigator Ray Green explaining how to get the most from data.
CEO Son Anh Nguyen and five other employees of Halotel, a Tanzanian telco owned by Vietnam’s Viettel, have been charged with the illegal use of spectrum, money laundering and tax evasion.
Telco group Orange and logistics firm Agility owned 44% of Iraqi operator Korek until their shareholding was seized.
Moses Injendi MP wants fines and prison sentences for unregistered bloggers and administrators of social media groups.
The official auditor says the Communications Authority of Kenya has failed to account for billions of shillings of expenditure.
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.
Government subsidies to prop up weak state-owned telcos are hurting the African telecoms market.
The South African regulator may demand an extra verification code be added to the porting process, but not everyone agrees that phone hijacking is linked to bank fraud.