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Government Of Rwanda Dedicated To Promote Its Move To A Cashless Economy

The Government of Rwanda and Mastercard have reaffirmed their shared commitment to the development of strong digital platforms to meet the needs of the country’s citizens and work towards Rwanda’s Read More →

Cash Costs South African Consumers R23 Billion A Year – Mastercard Study

Cash cost consumers R23 billion or 0.52 percent of the country’s Gross Domestic Product in 2015, according to a new Mastercard study released at the World Economic Forum on Read More →

Equitel To Boost Government Revenues in Kenya By Digitizing Payments

Equitel has introduced an EazzyPay Paybill number 206206 on the eCitizen platform that will allow for the payment of driving license fees, name, land searches, passport application and business permits. Nyeri, Read More →

“Regulation And The Future Of International Banking”

The theme of this year’s World Economic Forum on Africa is “Achieving Inclusive Growth”. This is part of the response by global leaders to the urgent need to reduce inequality Read More →

SA eCommerce Merchants And Shoppers Receive Financing Boost

South African eCommerce merchants can now finance their businesses easily and shoppers can make purchases on credit just as easily. This is the result of two collaborations entered into by Read More →
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