There is a battle to control an investor in Cell C whilst the telco is fighting debt and interruptions of service for popular apps.
Vodacom should not claim their network is the best in South Africa without admitting that objective data says otherwise.
Fraudsters used the account of Bishop Thulani Xaba to send messages asking for financial help.
Vodacom has pursued its investigation for years but none of its employees have been arrested.
The Vodacom SIM of a businessman was targeted whilst he was overseas.
Polish environmental group EcoLogic was charged for voice calls made in Sudan.
Safaricom, Sprint and Batelco have agreed to host telco risk and assurance conferences in Kenya, USA and Bahrain respectively.
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.
ICASA’s new regulations should indirectly lower the cost of data services. They are likely to be copied by regulators around Africa.
Trying to delay the adoption of a new technology like Bitcoin will not stop it, and may slow the management of its risks.