Voice Calls On Data Network Is Future of Telecom – Vodafone

[Monitor] Customers, especially the youth and those in formal work environments, need a reliable Internet solution if they are to keep pace with the developments in the world. The fourth generation Internet (4G) is an advanced solution, and service pro…

[Monitor] Customers, especially the youth and those in formal work environments, need a reliable Internet solution if they are to keep pace with the developments in the world. The fourth generation Internet (4G) is an advanced solution, and service providers have the responsibility to move all consumers to 4G for a quicker Internet experience. Vodafone says they offer this, and that the future of telecom lies in data networks. Jonathan Adengo caught up with Ms Progress Chisenga, the marketing director, Vodafone Ugan

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Councillors Call for Privatisation of Universal Primary Education Schools

[Monitor] Sembabule -Sembabule District councillors are mooting a proposal to have run down public schools under government’s Universal Primary Education (UPE) scheme privatised to improve academic standards.

[Monitor] Sembabule -Sembabule District councillors are mooting a proposal to have run down public schools under government's Universal Primary Education (UPE) scheme privatised to improve academic standards.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Leaders Demand Minimum Qualifications for Councillors

[Monitor] Rukungiri -Local government leaders have asked government to put O-Level as a minimum qualification for candidates seeking to be elected as district councillors and LC3 chairpersons.

[Monitor] Rukungiri -Local government leaders have asked government to put O-Level as a minimum qualification for candidates seeking to be elected as district councillors and LC3 chairpersons.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

CBK Sees Cyber Risks As Banks Eye Mobile Money Platform

[Monitor] Nairobi -Central Bank of Kenya (CBK) chairman Mohammed Nyaoga has cautioned banks to be wary of cyber risks in mobile money as the lenders move towards establishing their own transfer platform.

[Monitor] Nairobi -Central Bank of Kenya (CBK) chairman Mohammed Nyaoga has cautioned banks to be wary of cyber risks in mobile money as the lenders move towards establishing their own transfer platform.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Lango Best UCE Candidate Stuck After Failing to Raise Fees

[Monitor] Lira -When a former student of Comboni College in Lira District scored Aggregate 11 for the best eight subjects in the recently released Uganda Certificate of Educations (UCE) exams, the people of Lango sub-region were excited.

[Monitor] Lira -When a former student of Comboni College in Lira District scored Aggregate 11 for the best eight subjects in the recently released Uganda Certificate of Educations (UCE) exams, the people of Lango sub-region were excited.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Govt Mulls Banning Regular Tests in Schools

[Monitor] The Education ministry has promised to crack the whip on school administrators who consistently test their learners denying them opportunity to study and understand the concepts they are being examined in.

[Monitor] The Education ministry has promised to crack the whip on school administrators who consistently test their learners denying them opportunity to study and understand the concepts they are being examined in.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Uganda Borrowing Its Way to Middle-Income Status’

[Monitor] Kampala -For Uganda to achieve middle-income status by 2020, the economy must be achieving growth figures of about 9 per cent per annum and that will be driven by government expenditure on infrastructure.

[Monitor] Kampala -For Uganda to achieve middle-income status by 2020, the economy must be achieving growth figures of about 9 per cent per annum and that will be driven by government expenditure on infrastructure.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Disaster Beckons as Heavy Rains Damage the Luangwa-Feira Road

The rain season continues to wreck havoc in some aspects of Zambia with houses falling in some places while some roads have been washed away. Off the Great East road on the Luangwa stretch has surfaced a mini disaster with … Continued

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The rain season continues to wreck havoc in some aspects of Zambia with houses falling in some places while some roads have been washed away. Off the Great East road on the Luangwa stretch has surfaced a mini disaster with the road cracking up rendering a risk to road users on the Luangwa Feira road a few kilometres from the Luangwa Bridge. The D145 Road was recently constructed and its being cracked poses the risk of the district being cut off from the rest of the country. Last week Maamba town of Southern Province was cut off from the rest of the province after heavy rains washed away a segment of the road. Below is the disaster in focus with motorists using this road forewarned to be on the lookout! The post Disaster Beckons as Heavy Rains Damage the Luangwa-Feira Road appeared first on Zambia Reports.

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‘Monetizing Word of God Is an Act of Indiscipline’

[Ghanaian Chronicle] Kumasi -The Head Pastor of Pentecostal Live Church International (PELCI), Apostle Charles Osei Soadwa, has stated that men of God who are milking their church members for profit in the name of God is unacceptable and an affront to …

[Ghanaian Chronicle] Kumasi -The Head Pastor of Pentecostal Live Church International (PELCI), Apostle Charles Osei Soadwa, has stated that men of God who are milking their church members for profit in the name of God is unacceptable and an affront to Christianity.

source: AllAfrica News: Ghana