Absa

Coronavirus hits Zambia’s banking services

Customers advised to avoid visiting branches and rather use mobile money platforms, digital payment services.
Michael Malakata
3:00

Teraco to invest R1bn in expansion of Data Centre Campus

In its largest infrastructure build project to date, Africa's only neutral data centre provider Teraco has announced that it will be expanding the Teraco Isando Campus (JB1).
4:40
Jun 13, 2019

Call for economic efficiency in mobile network investment in South Africa

Not much has been said about capital investment efficiency in telco network investment, or the lack thereof says Premeshin Naidoo, Managing Principal: Telecommunications, Media & Technology, Absa.
1:50
Apr 17, 2019

Absa moves IT platforms for Africa ops

Bank migrates its data platforms and IT systems from UK to SA.
1:50
Apr 16, 2019

Absa includes Western Union on its app

Bank describes move as "a banking first" for South Africa.
3:30
Apr 15, 2019

Cost-cutting key to financial inclusion in Africa

In order for banks across Africa to boost financial inclusion, they need to cut costs, says Absa CTO Andy Baker.
2:50
Aug 3, 2018

African banks eager to WhatsApp with clients

SaaS solutions provider Clickatell expands on partnerships forged with several financial institutions.
2:10
Mar 15, 2017

Teraco secures R1.2 bn from Absa for further investment

Money is earmarked for further data centre infrastructure investment in South Africa.
2:20
Jul 15, 2016

SA's Absa first from Africa to join R3 Consortium

Company to focus on local interbank space, specifically in terms of manual processes.
3:30
Mar 22, 2016

Payment Pebble founder makes case for African innovation

Africa is the best testing ground for the latest ideas, inventions and innovations according to IT entrepreneur Stafford Masie.
0:50
Feb 17, 2015

MasterCard multi-currency passport app in SA

The free app is available for Android and Apple operating systems.
4:10
Apr 23, 2014

Net1’s mobile division ‘unaffected’ by court ruling

Managing director of Net1 Mobile Solutions, Philip Belamant, says it is “business as usual”.