By creating a virtual card and linking it to Telkom Pay, users will be able to make payments at Uber and Netflix among others.
We formed habits in 2020 that we won’t give up soon and the online retail space showcases that wonderfully.
Mastercard’s New Payments Index show how South Africans have been embracing digital payment solutions as a result of the pandemic.
Mastercard rolled out its first digital South African Girls4Tech Connect programme at Rose-Act Saturday School in Alexandra this week.
While COVID-19 has enjoyed substantial limelight this year, there were a number of other stories we covered worth remembering.
The question many models on the site are now asking is how fans will be able to pay for content.
Following Visa and Mastercard’s pledge to investigate their relationships with MindGeek, its site Pornhub has amended its rules.
Zapper has revealed it will be leaving the Masterpass service on 25th October and we wanted to know why.
We chat to Suzanne Morel, country manager for Mastercard SA, to find out the challenges faced by local SMEs, and how digital solutions aided them.
The new solution from Ukheshe gives local small business access to prepaid and virtual cards, thanks to a new partnership with Mastercard and Nedbank.
The new solution from Mastercard will make it easier for small businesses to get digital payment processes up and running.
The collaboration will see Mastercard Labs serve as a platform to bring more ecommerce innovation to the fore.
Mastercard and Uber will be working together to help those fighting COVID-19.
The QR billing system will facilitate multi-channel platform for smaller businesses, schools and non-profit organisations.
Mastercard’s Girls4Tech programme now includes a Connect website where online STEM courses can be downloaded for free.
The programme was announced ahead of this weekend’s International Women’s Day.
No word yet on whether this solution is launching in South Africa.
The pair are aiming to improve identity verification on mobile devices.