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How Finance Companies Can Reduce EMI Default Risk on Smartphone Financing

In a dynamic world driven by innovation and automation, every sector, whether industrial or not relies heavily on the latest technologies. Smartphones are amongst the popular mobile devices that everyone wants to own. The incessant demand for buying smartphones...

vivo Officially Launches V21 Smartphone in Kenya

Previously, IT News Africa reported that vivo had announced the launch of its new flagship V21 smartphone in Kenya. Yesterday, global smartphone brand vivo finally launched its V21 smartphone in the country. The device is the latest in vivo's longstanding V-series...

Central Bank of Kenya Lengthens its COVID-19 Emergency Mobile Money Measures

The Central Bank of Kenya announced that it will extend the measures placed on mobile money transactions put forth back in March. Charges for mobile money transactions of up to KES1000 ($9,39) and the withdrawal of money between bank accounts...

Uganda Starts Mass Production of its First Smartphone

Uganda will begin manufacturing its first smartphones through SIMI - a brand of smartphone makers that are said to have the average customer specifically in mind. The phones currently focus on one major aspect, battery life. The ‘regular’ non-smartphones...

Pay on Demand is Vital for Financial Inclusion in Africa, reports Mastercard

According to Mastercard, giving people the ability to pay only for what they use, as they need it, can lift millions of people across Africa out of poverty and make prosperity possible. A new white paper titled Pay on Demand:...
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Novus Holdings Invests R55 Million in AI Innovation Company

Novus Holdings has invested R55 million in Bytefuse, an AI company, to enhance its enterprise-scale solutions. Maski, an AI-powered tutoring...
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