Communications Authority

The Communications Authority of Kenya (CA) is the regulatory body responsible for overseeing the communications sector in Kenya. Established under the Communications Act of 1998, the CA is mandated to regulate and license telecommunications, broadcasting, postal, and courier services in the country. Its objectives include promoting competition, protecting consumer interests, and facilitating the growth of the communications industry. The CA also manages the allocation and use of radio frequency spectrum, monitors compliance with regulations, and addresses issues related to cybersecurity and digital inclusion.


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