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african banks

African banks are poised for major growth. Here’s how.

African banks are poised for major retail growth. As of 2017, there were almost 300 million banked Africans, up from 170 million in 2012. While McKinsey & Company predicts this figure will reach 450 million by 2022, this is only a third of the population.
MARCH 20, 2018 READ MORE...
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digitalisation

Digitalisation and financial empowerment

Financial inclusion is a key enabler of sustainable economic and social development. Initiatives by the United Nations and the World Bank Group continue to drive financial inclusion and it has become a priority for regulators and policymakers worldwide.

FEBRUARY 20, 2018 READ MORE...
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cash is the enemy

Cash is the enemy

For Financial inclusion to be a reality a number of critical factors need to be in place. There is little or no doubt that the benefits of financial inclusion far outweigh the enormous downsides of an unbanked population.
FEBRUARY 15, 2018 READ MORE...
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bulawayo

A cashless solution for Zim's crippling cash-crisis

Thousands of Zimbabweans are celebrating the resignation of Mugabe and renewed hope can be seen everywhere. Unfortunately, the overnight departure of a dictator doesn't extend to the crippling legacy he leaves behind.
DECEMBER 15, 2017 READ MORE...
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October Newsletter 2017 - Virtual Credit Cards

Virtual credit cards will bolster online purchasing innovation for the masses and completely disrupt the market.
OCTOBER 04, 2017 READ MORE...
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Credit card fraud exposes need for secure online alternative

A study released in December 2016 estimated it takes around six seconds to hack a credit or debit card. That means working out the card number, expiry date and security code of any debit or credit in the same time it takes to click ‘complete purchase’.
AUGUST 17, 2017 READ MORE...

 

 

 

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