US AND BRITIAN BANKS BAN THE PURCHASE OF BITCOIN WITH CREDIT CARDS

Banks in the United States as well as Britain have banned the use of credit cards in purchasing Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. This is out of fear that, a plunge in their...

RURA ASSURES AIRTEL AND TIGO CUSTOMERS OF A SEAMLESS CONSOLIDATION AFTER MERGER

The Rwanda Utilities Regulatory Authority (RURA) has moved to reassure subscribers of both Tigo Rwanda and Airtel Rwanda that they will not lose out after it authorised the transfer of all...

GHANA’S EDGES CLOSER TO A CASHLESS SOCIETY AS GHIPSS RECORDS 19% INCREASE IN E-TRANSACTIONS

The Ghana Interbank Payment and Settlement Systems Limited (GhIPSS) witnessed an increase in the value of transactions from GH¢174 billion in 2016 to GH¢208 billion in 2017, signifying an impressive 19%...

SAN FRANCISCO TO BUILD CITY-WIDE FIBER INTERNET

San Francisco is planning to find network providers to build a city-wide, gigabite fiber internet with consumer privacy protections. The city-wide internet would be an open-access network, allowing multiple Internet Service Providers...

HEALTHTECH; GHS e-TRACKER SYSTEM BOOSTED BY RECEIPT OF SAMSUNG TABLETS

The United States Agency for International Development (USAID), in collaboration with the Ghana Health Service (GHS), have initiated digitization of healthcare in rural and hard-to-reach communities using touchscreen tablets. Under this partnership,...

TESLA TO SECURE ADDITIONAL SUPPLIES OF LITHIUM AS GHANA RECENTLY DISCOVERS COMMERCIAL QUANTITIES

Tesla is looking forward to secure additional supplies of lithium from a key source country. It has been reported that it is trying to bring on board the biggest lithium producer in...

SOUTH KOREA SAYS IT HAS NO INTENT TO BAN CRYPTOCURRENCY TRADING

South Korea's finance minister has said that, the government has no plans to shut down cryptocurrency trading. This seems to be great news for investors as many were worried that authorities might...

UK DRIVERS TO REPORT ROAD ACCIDENTS ONLINE

UK road users will soon be able to report accidents online, under new plans drawn up by the Department for Transport. The Transport Minister Jesse Norman, opened a consultation today, to allow...

KENYA GOVERNMENT SWITCHES OF CITIZEN TV AND RADIO FOR COVERING NASA’S SWEARING IN

Communications Authority of Kenya is reported to have switched off Citizen Television and Radio. This action of the communications authority happened in most parts of the country that the media house operates. It...

PHILIPPINE’S SECURITY TO CRAFT RULES TO REGULATE CRYPTOCURRENCY TRANSACTION

The Philippines' Securities and Exchange Commission is crafting rules to regulate cryptocurrency transactions to protect investors and reduce the risk of fraud. According to, Emilio Aquino, SEC Commissioner in charge of enforcement...

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