The management of MC2 Branch of Afriland First Bank in Cestos City, River Cess, is considering significant cuts in its staff after it became known that the bank has lost the savings accounts of public school teachers in the county.
Teachers in River Cess will now receive their salaries through Lonestar’s Mobile Money payment system after more than 500 gathered in Yarpah Town on Friday, May 5 to register for the system.
Online food delivery website cookshop.biz officially began collecting online payments via VISA and MasterCard credit and debit cards today.
The Assistant Minister for Fiscal Affairs and Human Resource Development at the Ministry of Education, Gbovadeh Gbilia, has launched a program to begin paying teachers’ salaries through the Mobile Money platform.
During a visit to Nimba on Saturday, the Ministry of Education’s Communication Director said the ministry remained firmly against schools that held kindergarten graduations, as he said such exercises were meant to extort money from parents.
Trust Savings Credit Union has completed the construction of the first branch facility in Tappita. The project is being funded by the MasterCard Foundation through the United Nations Capital Development Funds.