September 22

September 21

  • Uganda: World Bank Private Lender Gives Airtel Uganda U.S.$3 Million

    EA Business

    The World Bank through private lender, the International Finance Corporation (IFC) has tied up a $3.9 million advisory services agreement with telecom services provider Airtel... Read more »

  • Nigeria: Banks' Profits

    This Day

    Nigerian banks whose earnings have been hit by the Central Bank of Nigeria's (CBN) tight monetary policies will see profits rebound once easing begins as early as the second half... Read more »

  • Nigeria: Report - Nigerian Banks Paying for the Cost of Macro Stability [analysis]

    This Day

    As money deposit banks intensify efforts to improve their performance in the last quarter of the financial year, a report by the financial and investment advisory firm, Renaissance... Read more »

  • Rwanda: Bill to Create Coop Bank Tabled in Parliament

    New Times

    A bill to establish a cooperative bank has been tabled in Parliament, the Director General of Rwanda Cooperative Agency (RCA), Damien Mugabo, has revealed. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Banks Urged to Foster Financial Inclusivity

    Zimbabwe Standard

    The banking and local financial services sector has a huge role to play in fostering financial inclusivity in Zimbabwe and must continue to be innovative, a Reserve Bank of... Read more »

  • Nigeria: AMCON's Levy On Banks to Hit N143 Billion in 2014


    THE recent increase in levy on the nation's deposit money banks as part of the contributions to the sinking fund dedicated for bad debts in the industry may hit a record high of... Read more »

  • Uganda: Uganda Bad Loans Hit U.S.$77 Million in 2013

    EA Business

    Commercial banks wrote off over Ush206 billion (about $77 million) as bad loans in 2013. Read more »

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