In 2014, the world economy remained stuck in the same rut that it has been in since emerging from the 2008 global financial crisis. But we know how to escape our current malaise, which suggests that the big problem facing the world in 2015 is political, not economic.
Egypt has launched a new cybersecurity division to protect its ministries and institutions from cyberattacks, but some political groups and activists are concerned it might also be used to curtail speech and monitor their online activities.
Across the Global North, online banking solidifies its dominance and apps like Venmo simplify mobile payments. In the Global South, people with little money to their name struggle to open bank accounts, get loans, and make payments....
Economic Times Vodafone M-Pesa ties up with railways arm for ticket booking Economic Times "This partnership will help open up and extend the convenience and efficiency of e-commerce and online services to those unbanked millions who use cash and...
The sad reality is that African victims continue to suffer an excruciating death, while westerners are flown out, treated and become near-celebritiesThe life of a westerner is judged to be of greater worth than that of a black African and by a...
Save the Children warns that terrifying rate of spread will overwhelm countrys fragile health systemEbola is spreading at the rate of five new cases an hour in Sierra Leone, according to figures released as world leaders and experts on disease...
This week’s Finovate Europe was a launching pad for some of the most exciting fintech trends on the horizon, but how will they impact on groups that have typically been shut out? To find out, we head to Harnessing Innovation for Financial Inclusion, run by the World Bank.
Vladimir Putin ordered the Russian state energy giant Gazprom to cut supplies to and through Ukraine amid accusations, according to The Daily Mail, that its neighbor has been siphoning off and stealing Russian gas.
Today, GSMA has released a new infographic on how mobile money has contributed to the digitisation of Kenya’s retail payments systems, fostering financial inclusion and the growth of the mobile ecosystem in the country.
Electronic payment technology can deliver the ability to overcome existing barriers to traditional banking and directly provide individuals with the advantages of greater financial inclusion and strength.
Sudan and South Sudan are among the most heavily armed countries in the world. The Niles investigates how this came about and the consequences of spiraling bloodshed Sudan was awash with arms long before the country split in two.
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