Nigeria vies with South Africa as the continent’s largest economy and is its most populous, but it’s a “sleeping giant” in the world of fintech.
Zimbabwe’s central bank has clamped down on mobile money, banning the purchase and sale of cash through the services.
Independent card payments provider Yoco’s move into granting loans to its small business customers is paying off.
South African point-of-sale payments provider Yoco is launching a new, lower-cost POS terminal as it looks to double its customer base from 50 000 to 100 000 in the next year ahead of a further fundraising round.
The relatively new South African stock exchange ZAR X has launched what it’s calling the country’s first distributed settlement system for unit trusts.
Fintech and human expertise knit together as a hybrid model for wealth management.
Tax indaba, Naspers’s listing of Prosus, search for PIC CEO kicks off, Imperial Logistics results and more.
Invests R61m in local fintech firm Nomanini.
MTN South Africa is making “good progress” in its plans to relaunch mobile money services in South Africa, according to group CEO Rob Shuter.
As regulatory oversight of the investment trend starts coming into focus.