SITA 'not institutionally ready' for IoT

SITA ready
for IOT?

SA State IT Agency
outlines strategy.

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Kenya's M-Akiba retail bond widens reach

Kenya's M-Akiba retail bond widens reach

Newly signed MoU with PesaLink adds third money transfer service for facilitating trade of the retail bond.

Safaricom to conduct major M-Pesa platform upgrade

Safaricom to conduct major M-Pesa platform upgrade

Telco announces upgrade, confirms some services are scheduled to be withdrawn.

MTN Zambia adopts aggressive approach to mobile money service

MTN Zambia adopts aggressive approach to mobile money service

Mobile network operator implements incentives to up the number of subscribers.

Malawi likes mobile money

Malawi likes mobile money

Latest report from Reserve Bank confirms a rise in uptake and use of mobile money services.

Youtap, MatchMove unite to support Africa's mobile money customers

Youtap, MatchMove unite to support Africa's mobile money customers

Partnership in response to the growing demand for Mastercard companion cards connected with mobile money accounts.

CQS acquisition moves to final phase in July

CQS acquisition moves to final phase in July

Company's name to be replaced by CaseWare Africa.

Orange targets Africa's startups with 50m Euro investment initiative

Orange targets Africa's startups with 50m Euro investment initiative

Telco announces Orange Digital Ventures Africa.

'Silicon Valley-style' investment leads to missed opportunities in East Africa

'Silicon Valley-style' investment leads to missed opportunities in East Africa

 

Village Capital report finds investment is concentrated in just a few companies, investors consider DFS companies to be risky.

Existing tech must bring down cost of African remittances

Existing tech must bring down cost of African remittances

Research shows that the average cost of sending money to Africa is almost 10% of total transaction.

Africa's startup scene ripe for investment by corporates

Africa's startup scene ripe for investment by corporates

Industry analysts say corporates can benefit from tapping into disruptive technology developed by African startups.

Digitalisation will yield more revenue for Africa say experts

Digitalisation will add to Africa's bottom line say accounting experts

Automated systems will help regions benefit from anticipated economic growth, such as 2.5% expected in Sub-Saharan Africa.