2015 SUSTAINABILITY REPORT
Who are our regulators?
The Communications Authority of Kenya (CA) is the regulatory authority for the communications sector in Kenya. Established in 1999, the purpose of the CA is to ensure the people of Kenya receive the best possible services from communications providers. This responsibility requires making sure that there is adequate, healthy competition among providers, and that the public are protected from misleading or unscrupulous business practices. Among its duties, the CA licenses all communications systems and services, allocates and manages the frequency spectrum of the country, sets tariffs and monitors the activities and performance of licensees.
Other primary regulators of ours include:
Authority of Kenya
|The CAK works to promote competition for the benefit of consumers, businesses and the economy as a whole.||
|Central Bank of|
|The CBK seeks to promote and maintain a stable, efficient financial system that serves the economy and the people of Kenya.||
|The KRA is responsible for the efficient assessment and collection of revenue (taxes) on behalf of the government.||
|National Environment Management Authority||NEMA is mandated to ensure the natural resources and environment of Kenya are managed in a sustainable manner.||
|Betting Control and Licensing Board||The BCLB seeks to promote reasonable, legal and sustainable gambling activities in Kenya and authorises lotteries and prize competitions.||
|The KCAA is responsible for the safety and management of the Kenyan airspace.||
|The CMA protects the interests of investors and publicly-listed companies through licensing and supervising the capital markets industry.||