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Global Ugandans Ditch Banking Halls for Mobile Phones
More Ugandans are turning to their mobile phones as a medium for making transactions than bearing the hassle of lining up in banking halls, a new survey, commissioned by the Uganda Communications Commission, shows.
Tanzania Tanzania: Tanzania and the World Economic Forum (WEF) on Central Corridor Acceleration Project
Tanzania and the World Economic Forum (WEF) are working on the Central Corridor Acceleration Project that will see railways, roads, marine and air routes linking the commercial capital of Dar es salaam to the landlocked countries of Uganda, Burundi, Rwanda and DRC Congo. The Central Corridor is a multimodal trade and transport corridor which covers Tanzania, Uganda, Burundi, Rwanda and DR Congo.
United States U.S.: State Auditor Calls for More Local Government Transparency in Washington
The most common obstacles local governments face include tight budgets, part-time staff or volunteers, inadequate oversight by elected or appointed officials and inadequate technology.
United States U.S.: New Year, New Threats - Electronic Health Record Cyberattacks
The recent flood of cyberattacks means that hackers are relentless and more sophisticated than ever before.
South Africa South Africa: MEC Debbie Schäfer on 2015 Academic Year
On Wednesday 21st January 2015, more than one million learners will return to school across the province for the 2015 academic year, and for many learners in Grade R and Grade 1, this will be their first time in “big school”. I am pleased to announce that schools and officials are prepared, as far as possible, for the 2015 academic year. Most of the preparations were completed well before the end of last year. I am also pleased to announce that the following 4 schools will be opening their doo ...
Nigeria Nigeria: NITDA to Establish Research Fund for Academic Projects
The National Information Technology Development Agency, NITDA, has sprung to action in the new year, strongly indicating its desire to upscale its capacity building efforts through training and research of government agencies and departments.
Nigeria Nigeria: Cyberspace Wins Software Innovation Company of the Year Award
Cyberspace Limited, an information and communications technology Solution Company has bagged industry’s recognition by winning the 2014 Software Innovation Company of the year award at the African ICT Awards. Cyberspace was founded in 1995 and commenced operation same year as a wholly owned indigenous firm with a mission to providing excellent value added ICT services and cutting edge networking solutions. According to the organisers of the award, Belmang Limited, publishers of IT and Tele ...
South Africa South Africa: The National Youth Development Agency (NYDA) Exceeds Jobs, Enterprise Creation Targets
The National Youth Development Agency (NYDA) has exceeded targets for the number of jobs and youth enterprises it created over the past year. This is according to NYDA CEO Khathutshelo Ramukumba in the agency’s annual report for the financial year ending March 2014. Most of the targets were exceeded through NYDA’s grant funding programme.
South Africa South Africa: President: 2015, Year of the Freedom Charter
President Jacob Zuma says government has and will continue to go back to basics and use the prescripts of the Freedom Charter to improve the lives of all South Africans. Delivering the January 8 statement at Cape Town Stadium on Saturday during the ruling African National Congress's 103rd anniversary celebrations, the President said to achieve radical social and economic transformation, it was important for the country to use the Freedom Charter as a guide to shaping policies and legislation ...
Rwanda Rwanda: Meetings Incentives, Conferences and Exhibitions (Mice) Initiative on Track, Says Official
Nine months into the Meetings Incentives, Conferences and Exhibitions (Mice) initiative, the country's private and public sectors are making commendable headways toward the realisation of the set targets, the Rwanda Development Board has said. The initiative was launched early last year to diversify from traditional tourism with revenue targets of up to $150 million in 2015, which is 16 per cent of all national export earnings and 34 per cent of the overall tourism receipts. According to RDB's ...
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