Mobile Phone Firm Focus to Expand Payment Platform

[Daily News] Vodacom plans to woo more retailers into its mobile payment platform as it sets out to use its hegemony in market to lead the charge towards a cashless society.

[Daily News] Vodacom plans to woo more retailers into its mobile payment platform as it sets out to use its hegemony in market to lead the charge towards a cashless society.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Digital Banking – Why It Is Good for Business and Jobs

[Independent (Kampala)] When The Independent recently spoke to William Sekabembe, the chief of business and executive director at dfcu about the bank’s strategy on digital banking, his comments reflected the popular view.

[Independent (Kampala)] When The Independent recently spoke to William Sekabembe, the chief of business and executive director at dfcu about the bank's strategy on digital banking, his comments reflected the popular view.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Armed Forces Day to Wow South Africa

[SAnews.gov.za] Pretoria -South Africans are in for a treat tomorrow as they will celebrate Armed Forces Day with the talented South African Defence Force (SANDF) who will display their fire power and equipment for all to see.

[SAnews.gov.za] Pretoria -South Africans are in for a treat tomorrow as they will celebrate Armed Forces Day with the talented South African Defence Force (SANDF) who will display their fire power and equipment for all to see.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Suspected Human Trafficker Denied Bail

[The Herald] A South African man who is accused of trafficking four Zimbabweans into the neighbouring country was yesterday denied bail by a Polokwane magistrate and will stand trial on April 12. Raymond Sithole (25) of Chebeng Village in Seshego area,…

[The Herald] A South African man who is accused of trafficking four Zimbabweans into the neighbouring country was yesterday denied bail by a Polokwane magistrate and will stand trial on April 12. Raymond Sithole (25) of Chebeng Village in Seshego area, was arrested on January 3 by South Africa's Directorate for Priority Crime Investigations (The Hawks) following a tip off. Sithole is accused of holding the four men hostage at his home.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Headmaster Fudges Pass Rates

[The Herald] George Maponga -Gokomere High School headmaster Mr Stanley Mtsambiwa allegedly routinely diverted examination fees paid academically-challenged pupils to bright ones in a bid to fix the pass rate at the Catholic-run school. Gokomere High i…

[The Herald] George Maponga -Gokomere High School headmaster Mr Stanley Mtsambiwa allegedly routinely diverted examination fees paid academically-challenged pupils to bright ones in a bid to fix the pass rate at the Catholic-run school. Gokomere High is among the best schools in the country. Its pass rate is always above 90 percent for both Ordinary and Advanced levels. The move resulted in some pupils writing subjects they did not pay for at the expense of their less brighter peers.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Govt Under Ruling Party Still Not Trustworthy – Opposition

[Nyasa Times] Malawi Congress Party (MCP) president Lazarus Chakwera, who is also Leader of Opposition in Parliament, has said the government led by Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) is still not trustworthy for donors to pump money.

[Nyasa Times] Malawi Congress Party (MCP) president Lazarus Chakwera, who is also Leader of Opposition in Parliament, has said the government led by Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) is still not trustworthy for donors to pump money.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Trump Must Be Given a Chance Indeed

[The Herald] IT has taken more than a month since the swearing in of the United States of America’s 45th president Donald J. Trump, for President Mugabe to make his views known about the US leader, as we report elsewhere in this issue. Speaking in an i…

[The Herald] IT has taken more than a month since the swearing in of the United States of America's 45th president Donald J. Trump, for President Mugabe to make his views known about the US leader, as we report elsewhere in this issue. Speaking in an interview to mark his 93rd birthday anniversary, President Mugabe said like most people around the world, he was surprised by Trump's election against former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, but said we should not be quick to judge and think that when it comes to Zimbab

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe