African Financial Sector News

Africa: Mobile Phone Technology to Help Women Access Financial Services


Mobile phone technology can help bring financial services to the 80 per cent of African women who do not have a bank account.

Zimbabwe and World Bank partner to formalise SMEs


The Zimbabwean government has revealed it is working with the World Bank to formalise the small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) sector.

Tanzania: Government Thanks Covenant Bank for Supporting Dairy Farmers


The Tanzanian government has commended Covenant Bank for its commitment to support dairy farmers in the country.

Nigeria: CBN encourages e-payments


An increase in e-payments would mean better access to finance for the whole population, as many Nigerians currently can’t access any payment means.

Partners’ Roundtable for the development of the regional financial market in the WAEMU


The Regional Council for Public Saving and Financial Markets (CREPMF), which regulates and controls the regional financial markets of the West African Monetary Union (WAMU), in collaboration with the Making Finance Work for Africa (MFW4A) Partnership, organised a roundtable of technical and financial partners on the development of the strategic plan of the regional financial markets in the WAEMU.

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