The negotiation of a plea bargain with Tanzania’s public prosecutor led to the immediate release of six Vietnamese execs who had been imprisoned for nine months.
Subscribers will need to write to the regulator if they want more than one phone line from the same operator.
POTRAZ, the Zimbabwean comms regulator, wants to copy the automated national telco RA audits found in other countries.
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.
Why do Tanzanian telco execs keep being imprisoned? President Magufuli has forced the telecoms regulator to ignore its conventional powers and focus on hurting individuals instead.
TCRA is tasked to monitor telco revenues but is failing per a report by Tanzania’s Controller and Auditor General, Charles Kichere.
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.
In the first part of this three-part serialization, the former Head of RAFM at Vodacom Tanzania recounts the day when he and his colleagues were falsely accused of a conspiracy.
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.
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