Dr Martin Koyabe's recent presentation at the Smart Africa Digital Academy in Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe, has sparked an interesting conversation about the role of regulatory sandboxes in Africa's rapidly evolving digital landscape. As the continent continues to make strides in technology and telecommunications, regulatory sandboxes have emerged as an innovative approach to foster growth [...]
Malawi’s mobile number portability (MNP) plans highlight key learnings for other nations The Malawi Communications Regulatory Authority’s (MACRA) approach to the introduction of mobile number portability in the local market provides a positive example for other nations considering their own MNP implementations. As MNP is already available to over half of the global population, [...]
ICASA Appointed Cenerva to Advise on Licensing for International Mobile Telecommunications Spectrum Cenerva was appointed by the Independent Communications Authority of South Africa (ICASA) to advise on the licensing process for the assignment of high demand spectrum. This is also known as the International Mobile Telecommunications (IMT) spectrum. This was a landmark event, not [...]
At the beginning of March 2022, the Digital Economy Training Program for Tanzania High-Level Policy Makers was held in Zanzibar. The programme was facilitated and convened by the Tanzania Communications Regulatory Authority and heavily supported by Cenerva and its expert trainers. The conference created a template for understanding the Digital Economy in Tanzania, one [...]
Professor H Sama Nwana, partner at Cenerva and a technology and telecommunications expert, was recently asked to participate at a workshop focused on the impact of digital taxation on digital rights in Africa, sharing perspectives from platform operators, national and regional regulatory bodies, tax authorities, and policy makers.
Cenerva's Prof H Sama Nwana leads a High-Level Digital Economy Policy & Regulatory Training and Capacity Building Workshop in Ghana. Initiated by the Ministry of Communications & Digitalisation (MOCD) and sponsored by Smart Africa Digital Academy (SADA), this successful workshop concludes in Accra with clear recommendations on accelerating the emerging Digital Economy in Ghana.The digitisation [...]