MasterCard ramps up Fintech platforms in Malawi, Zimbabwe
BancABC is the first Zimbabwean bank to issue a debit and credit card that will enable Zimswitch and MasterCard local and international payments respectively.Tawanda Karombo
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Streaming services offer a lifeline to Zimbabwe’s struggling musicians
Services like Buddie Beatz and Gateway Music App offer revenue opportunity.
Zimbabwe cracks down on digital finance platforms as local unit fumbles
Local banks directed to “identify the source of funding into the accounts” backing debit cards being used to make multi-purchases at retail outlets in exchange of foreign currency at exorbitant exchange rates.
Zimbabwe advances on US$71m mobile broadband project
Collaboration between Huawei and NetOne officially enters third phase.
Africa’s threat landscape has changed … and it’s getting more serious
Criminals are taking advantage of widespread remote working and people’s vulnerability during COVID-19, according to Liquid Intelligence Technologies research.
Email, data breaches top the list of cyber threats to African businesses
According to Liquid Intelligent Technologies market research focused on Kenya, South Africa and Zimbabwe.
Econet’s network takes strain as forex shortage hits hard
Data and voice traffic volumes on company’s network have increased by 77% and 25% respectively during Q1 this year.
Cassava Smartech Zimbabwe rebrands in bid to strengthen position
Company will trade as EcoCash Holdings Zimbabwe limited.
DFA Zimbabwe appoints Nhena Nyagura to its executive
Appointment comes at a time when the company is engaged in rapid roll-out of its network in the country.
Will Zimbabwe lean on cryptocurrency to deal with new finance regulations?
Experts believe Decentralised Finance could be a solution amid increased curtailed use of the US dollar.
Zimbabwe telcos short on forex to upgrade infrastructure
Companies appeal to government for increase in allocation as per the current auction system.
TelOne gets the edge it needs with latest alliance
Bangalore-based Tejas Networks contracted to construct a 100Gbps fibre network.