Margate woman wins handsome bounty

2015-09-17 06:00
EasyPay Everywhere winner, Nokulunga Nzimake, with her R60?000 cheque. PHOTO: precious gumede

EasyPay Everywhere winner, Nokulunga Nzimake, with her R60?000 cheque. PHOTO: precious gumede

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NET1 Financial Services awarded one of its Margate branch customers, Nokulunga Nzimakwe, with R60 000. All she had to do was to open an EasyPay Everywhere account and stand the chance of winning a cash prize.

EasyPay Everywhere (EPE) is a new banking facility that was launched by Net1 two months ago.

Janie Marx, business assurance manager, said EasyPay is well known in South Africa and boasts an excellent reputation for service, affordability and functionality.

“EasyPay Everywhere creates an affordable, safe and functionally rich payment eco-system that will facilitate­ financial inclusion for all South Africans, regardless of their holders, with universal access to the South African banking system,” said Marx.

EPE is used by more than 150 000 customers using their EPE card, securely­ without fuss or huge bank fees.

“Nokulunga Nzimakwe was one of the first new EPE account holders to win one of our R60 000 promotional cash prizes, part of R10 million prize pool in which EPE is a participant,” said Marx.

Net1 has built information technology labs in nine schools across KwaZulu-Natal which have a minimum of 21 networked computers with internet access.

“The labs are solar powered and mobile and are deployed in areas where pupils do not have access to computer facilities,” said Marx.

She said at Net1 they believe in investing in education as a way of accelerating meaningful transformation in South Africa.

Net1 thanks all its customers for their support

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