Overall the firm appears to be doing well but locally customer figures are growing slowly and data customers have left the network.
Kenyans can now buy and sell goods internationally, easily.
The number of active mobile money organisations operations in the region had reached 140 across 39 countries.
Safaricom and mSurvey have partnered to launch a chatbot service for cash consumers in Kenya.
At Vodacom’s annual results presentation this morning, a few related points stood out from the rands and cents.
Are mobile money services doomed to the same fate as Vodacom’s M-Pesa? According to FNB its eWallet service is flourishing.
The decision was made simply because the business model didn’t expand as quickly as possible – and 10 million users was a bit of a stretch.
Nine South African fintech companies have been nominated for the inaugural African Innovators Fintech Awards.
M-Pesa PayBill moves outside Kenya to the UK.
Brett Haggard is joined by Google’s Michelle Atagana, Larry Madowo and Bankole Oluwafemi to talk tech.
Who said Africans don’t do crowdfunding?
Sending rands to friends will be as easy as liking their wall posts in the Facebook app of the future.
Got a mobile money startup? This is your chance to pitch.
That was the sound of Western Union going out of business.
Mobile phones from the CFA will give farmers better access to information and communication.
Spurred by competition, the network operator wants to grow the percentage of sales transactions through its website from to 40% by the end of 2016.
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Second time’s a charm for groundbreaking mobile money system in South Africa.