Posts Tagged ‘banks’

  • Cybercrime continues to impact on Africa's financial sector. (Image source: Tashatuvango/

    Cybercrime rising across Africa’s financial sector

    January 28, 2014 • SecurityComments Off

      Incidents of cybercrime continue to plague Africa’s banking sector. Regional media claim that several banking institutions are being investigated in cybercrime cases. These investigations are said to include inquiries about illegal online transfer of...

  • How do banks monetise mobile channels?

    September 15, 2011 • OpinionComments Off

    The era of mobile banking and mobile payments is dawning. Around the world and across the banking value chain, everyone is waking up to the huge potential of a market that is changing the way customers interact with financial institutions. Banks are...

  • Namibian telecoms unit sold

    June 8, 2011 • Mobile and TelecomsComments Off

    ORASCOM Telecom, one of Egypt’s leading telecommunications company subsidiary, Telecel Globe has announced the sale of its Namibian business component, Powercom to Investec and Nedbank. The move, analysts here in Cairo say, was expected in order to give the...

  • African Banking Corporation selects BankWorld

    October 22, 2008 • SoftwareComments Off

    CR2, a global provider of self service banking software solutions and African Banking Corporation have today announced that the bank has selected BankWorld, CR2′s industry leading integrated self service platform...

  • Hackers stealing $200billion per year worldwide

    September 12, 2008 • Top StoriesComments Off

    Hackers are having it big worldwide, the global economy is losing almost $200 billion per year to the cyber thieves; this is according to Nigerian based Global Network for Cyber Solutions (GNCS)...