• NIGERIA:Mercy Corps, MasterCard Target 18,000 Women in Financial Inclusion Strategy

  • UGANDA:Mobile money competition heats up as fifth telecom launches service

  • MasterCard seeks inclusion of 40m SMEs

NIGERIA:Mercy Corps, MasterCard Target 18,000 Women in Financial Inclusion Strategy

June 29 , 2016

Mercy Corps and MasterCard have said they target to register 18 000 young girls and women in Nigeria to receive a NeID card to help provide access to their first formal identity

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UGANDA:Mobile money competition heats up as fifth telecom launches service

June 29 , 2016

The latest player in the business is also the first player to introduce a flat rate for all money transferssh400 to send money up to sh4m Competition on the mobile money

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MasterCard seeks inclusion of 40m SMEs

June 29 , 2016

MasterCard set a goal to connect 40 million micro and small merchantsto its electronic payments network within five years This expands on the companys Universal Financial Access

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Malawi: Government to Collect Tax From Mobile Money Service

June 26 , 2016

Members of parliament MPs have asked government to collect taxes from the mobile money services providers Speaking during the passing of payment system

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Ecocash Users Can Buy Fuel

June 26 , 2016

Ecocashon Thursday announced a partnership with Total Zimbabwe which will enable customers to use EcoCash to pay for fuel and other services at service stations

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UBA Unveils New PayAttitude Tag

June 26 , 2016

United Bank of Africa UBA has refreshed its PayAttitude tag design with the introduction of a new branded tag The new tag which reflects the brand identity of

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PAYODD TARGETS AFRICA’S 30M-STRONG DIASPORA CITIZENS

June 26 , 2016

Payodd Inc has embarked on its vision of deploying its highly versatile mPos terminal for merchants servicing diaspora African residents in the United States

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Tanzania: More Pain for Mobile Money Clients

June 26 , 2016

The cost of sending and receiving money through mobile platforms is set to rise with telecom firms eying backtoback increases in transaction fees Vodacom and

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GHANA:Speaker overrules proposals seeking to ‘ban’ mobile money services

June 26 , 2016

The Speaker of Parliament Edward Doe Adjaho has ruled to disallow a proposed amendment by the Member of Parliament for New Juaben South Dr Mark Assibey Yeboah

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