Former president Jacob Zuma was never going to remain the all-powerful and omnipresent political figure that he thought, writes Pieter du Toit.
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Cassava Smartech, majority-owned by local business mogul Strive Masiyiwa, has taken the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe to court over the ban of its mobile money product that allowed customers to deposit (cash-in) and withdraw (cash-out) using their mobile phones.
EcoCash, a mobile payment solution owned by Econet Zimbabwe, has announced another reduction of its monthly transaction limit for its EcoCash debit card.
Kenya’s government opposes using regulation to force East Africa’s biggest mobile operator Safaricom to be broken up.
Mobile money on the rise in Africa as millions get phones; 'In effect, this is their bank'
Phone network MTN South Africa has moved to discontinue its mobile money offering, owing to what it says is a “lack of commercial viability”.
Townships and spaza shops in South Africa have access to a new mobile payment system, days after Vodacom announced that it’s shutting down its M-Pesa business.
Mobile network Vodacom South Africa has moved to shut down its sluggish mobile money transfer service M-Pesa.
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Zimbabwean expats in South Africa now have another means to send money back home as the EcoCash mobile money platform switches on cross-border payments.
Transfers between M-Pesa and MTN mobile money users in East Africa are set to become a reality.
Africa's largest telecommunications service provider MTN on Thursday became the first firm in the sector to launch a mobile money operation in Nigeria, a move opening up transfers to millions of people without bank accounts.
Revenue from transactions involving Africans will double by 2020 as more people on the continent access mobile-payment platforms and expatriates send cash home, says WorldRemit.
Minister of Telecommunications and Postal Services, Siyabonga Cwele believes that the internet and technology is a vital resource that must be accessible to all South Africans regardless of their background.
Experts believe there is a demand in South Africa for electronic wallet solutions, despite the recent shutdown of two major mobile money services,.
South Africa’s second largest mobile network by subscribers, MTN SA, has stopped signing up new mobile money customers as it studies the feasibility of the product.
South Africa’s advanced banking sector and a lack of demand are key reasons for the local failure of Vodacom’s mobile money product M-Pesa, says an analyst.
Mobile network Vodacom South Africa is considering various options for its sluggish mobile money transfer service M-Pesa.
Money sent via First National Bank’s mobile money solution eWallet topped R1bn for the first time ever in July 2015.
Traditional financial institutions are possibly under threat from technology businesses that are starting to shift their attention banking-type services, according to an expert.
Mobile money has the potential to close South Africa's financial access gap, says an expert.
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