Monday, November 18, 2019

Mobile cash transfer surpasses Sh2 trillion mark

By JOSHUA MASINDE Mobile money transfers surpassed the Sh2 trillion mark in the first 11 months of 2014, highlighting the significance of the service to...

Oil Prices Fall to Lowest Since 2009

HOUSTON — Oil prices took another sharp turn downward on Monday to levels not seen since the depths of the 2009 recession. Several international banks...

Sh2bn to help boost power supply system

By IMMACULATE KARAMBU Kenya Power has secured $25 million (Sh2.25 billion) funding from the Africa Finance Corporation. The money is part of a $150 million syndicated...

Huduma Centres set to launch cashless payment system

By JACQUELINE KUBANIA Huduma Centres across the country will soon issue smart cards that will negate the need to carry cash to pay for services. Under...

UK: What are loyalty-card schemes really worth?

By: Harriet Meyer, The Guardian With Sainsbury’s planning to halve the value of its Nectar points, it’s time to reassess the benefits of reward schemes Millions of us have...

Zimbabwe: Harnessing Diaspora Remittances Crucial

The Herald By Farai Ncube Calls for Diaspora remittances to sustain the Zimbabwean economy have reached a deafening level and this is the way to go instead...

What happens when banks are everybody’s target

There is now a vastly reduced “bank money” floating around in the financial system By Steve H. Hanke, Special to Gulf News   Bankers — facing a...

Money Transfer Market Report 2014: Global Market Analysis, Share, Size, Trends and Growth Report...

JANUARY 9, 2015 BY STEAMFEED ADMIN Remittance is defined as transfer of money by a person who resides in a foreign country to his or...

NGOs and anti-terror laws – how to keep your bank manager happy

LONDON,  (IRIN) - The British government must do more to prevent charities working in high-risk countries from having their finances cut off by banks...

How technology is changing the way business is being done in Africa

Increasing adoption of technology in sub-Saharan Africa is disrupting industries such as banking, retail and education. How we made it in Africa asked several...

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Somaliland Police Stops the Waddani-called Demonstration on Security, Legality Grounds

The Somaliland Police Commissioner, Brigadier-General Mohamed Adan Sanqadhi 'Dabagale', urged Waddani supporters not to heed their leader's call for a massive demonstration tomorrow, Monday. The...

Somaliland: Five Things You Need to Know this Week about Global Education

Our news roundup includes new schools in Somaliland, a film about child slavery in India and children back in class after earthquakes in the...
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Somaliland: ‘East of Borama’ Armed Insurgents Opt for Peace

An armed, rebellious group calling itself 'Awale' decided, on Thursday, to lay down arms and realign itself to mainstream Somaliland. At an occasion Sultans, professors,...