African policymakers should strenuously safeguard their right to choose from the widest possible range of technology options that suit their countries’ development needs.
The right price for data ought to result from effective regulation and competition in the wholesale market.
There is concern that Nigeria's attitude towards foreign direct investors may erode inward capital flows.
A decision by South African hotel and casino group, Sun International to pull out of Nigeria raises many questions about the conditions of doing business in the second largest economy in Africa.
The price of voice communication has come down in South Africa. But poor regulation and a lack of competition means that the country still has some way to go to reduce the cost of communication.
The dynamism of domestic businesses are too often overlooked by researchers and analysts.
Nigeria has imposed massive fines on two large multinational corporations. The fines have one thing in common – the seeming lackadaisical attitude to regulation and regulators.