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Cooperation between mobile banking providers will benefit them, users and governments
Cooperation between mobile banking providers will benefit them, users and governments
Most of the world’s mobile money services are based in Africa. In Uganda, Cameroon, Zimbabwe, Guinea and 11 other African nations, more people use...
Vodacom re-launches M-Pesa (again)
Vodacom re-launches M-Pesa (again)
When M-Pesa was first launched in South Africa, it was almost a carbon-copy of the mobile money transfer service that had already gained 13-million...
FirstRand considers expansion into Kenya
FirstRand considers expansion into Kenya
FirstRand, South Africa's second-biggest financial-services company, is considering expansion in Kenya as demand for banking services increases....
Standard Bank and Vodacom race for township cash
Standard Bank and Vodacom race for township cash
Standard Bank Group Ltd. hired Itumeleng Heymann to persuade her neighbors that for about R60 a month, their cash would be better off with...
East Africa ripe with e-commerce opportunities
East Africa ripe with e-commerce opportunities
PayGate is very excited about the opportunity to develop strong, mutually rewarding partnerships in the region. The economy is vibrant, particularly in the IT sector as well as in travel and tourism....
Cellphone banking needs laws
Cellphone banking needs laws
The continent is being hailed as a global cellphone banking and payments innovation hub, but it seems the sector will be coming under increasing...
Africa at cutting edge of mobile innovation
Africa at cutting edge of mobile innovation
A number of recent reports released by PwC, Deloitte and the GSM Association have confirmed this growing trend.
Tanzania's message of hope to mothers
Tanzania's message of hope to mothers
A debilitating condition that causes millions of stillbirths across Africa and can make social outcasts of the mothers who suffer from it could be...
'We don't want your money, we want your voice'
'We don't want your money, we want your voice'
Wry laughter greeted U2 frontman Bono's closing statements at a symposium held to bring together Africa's best and brightest this week. "I always...
Africa's upwardly mobile money
Africa's upwardly mobile money
To 28-year-old Kenyan Mary Wanjiku, her cellphone is not just a cellphone. It is also a cheap, safe and easy way of sending her mother $40.

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