Cellulant has Partnered with NALA to Power Low-Cost Cross-Border Payments from the UK and USA into Africa

NALA provides an app for Africans living in the United Kingdom and the United States to send money to the continent seamlessly. NALA, a Tanzania based Fintech company, has teamed up with Cellulant (www.Cellulant.io), a Pan-African Payments Company, to power remittance payments from the United Kingdom and United States into Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda, Tanzania and

Winners of Inaugural Mastercard Women SME Leaders Awards 2022 announced

Virtual awards ceremony names entrepreneurs and women-led businesses across 22 diverse categories and industry sectors Awards are aligned with Mastercard’s global commitment to connect 25 million women entrepreneurs to the digital economy by 2025, as part of its goal to build a more inclusive world Winners includes women entrepreneurs from across the region including the

Flutterwave is Now Live in Tanzania

A few weeks ago during our Flutterwave 3.0 event, we promised to deepen our presence in markets across the African continent. We’re excited to be bringing our products to the great businesses and individuals in Tanzania after the Bank of Tanzania approved our license as a payment services provider. Our products and services will look

United Bank for Africa Partners with Cellulant to Expand its Reach in 19 Markets Across Africa

Partnership between United Bank for Africa and Cellulant extends payments services for merchants and consumers across the African continent Africa’s global bank, United Bank for Africa (UBA) Plc, and leading Pan-African Payments Company Cellulant (Cellulant.io) have announced a partnership that will extend payment services for merchants and consumers across 19 key African countries in which

CR2 Continues to Drive Innovation as Cardless ATM Access Goes Live in Eight Countries

It’s a major concern for banking customers worldwide in this time of a global pandemic – how can they access their daily banking needs without touching surfaces such as ATMs?   CR2 (www.CR2.com) enables you to respond to these concerns and allow your banking customers to withdraw cash without physically touching the ATM, by simply

Standard Bank Group Selects Flutterwave to Drive Digital Transformation Efforts Across Africa

Standard Bank customers in eight African countries to enjoy enhanced digital payments experience in partnership with Flutterwave  Standard Bank, Africa’s largest bank by assets, has partnered with Flutterwave, Africa’s leading payments technology company, to enhance digital payments experiences for its customers in Nigeria, Zambia, Tanzania, Uganda, Ghana, Mauritius, Cote D’Ivoire and Malawi. Flutterwave and Standard Bank

IPT Africa: Shaping the Future of African Payments with Frictionless End-To-End B2B Transactions

IPT Africa launched at the recent Africa Fintech Festival (AFF) as it seeks to position itself as the platform for Frictionless African Payments. IPT Africa launched at the recent Africa Fintech festival as it seeks to position itself as the platform for Frictionless African payments, delivering a continent -wide, multi-channel payment platform tailored to the

Global Fintech Platform Thunes Partners with M-Pesa Tanzania to Enable Instant Money Transfers to Bank Accounts in Kenya and Rwanda

Thunes, a global leader in cross-border payments, announced the launch of a new service corridor for users of M-Pesa Tanzania, enabling Tanzanians to seamlessly move money from their M-Pesa mobile wallets directly to any bank account in Kenya and Rwanda. Thunes and M-Pesa Tanzania have been working together since 2018, with M-Pesa Tanzania using Thunes’ cross-border payments network to

Tanzania Government Cuts Mobile Money Transaction Charges by 30pc

The statement added that newly reduced rates will be officially announced in the Government Gazette tomorrow Tanzania’s Government has reduced mobile money transaction levy by 30 percent. A press statement issued by the Ministry of Finance and Planning Tuesday stated that Minister Mwigulu Nchemba has already signed the review of the charges. Following concerns and

Transforming B2B Payments Could Help Africa’s Local Businesses Grow

By Clara Wanjiku Odero The World Bank estimates remittances to the Middle East and North Africa region rose by 2.3 percent to about $56 billion in 2020. However, global businesses that want to pay their Africa-based vendors and patterns are often frustrated by their experience with B2B payments. Typically, international businesses must route funds through