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WIZZIT International

Worldwide trade at every income level

The global arena’s focus for financial trading has always been on those with top-end earning potential. While a lucrative market to date, no doubt, new technologies are taking the goal posts out of play altogether, and barriers to entry...

Namibian bank rolls out first mobile fuel payments

Financial Service Provider, Bank Windhoek, has embraced mobile technology to launch the first mobile fuel payment system in Namibia. GoPay, built in collaboration with WIZZIT International, allows Namibians to pay for fuel on the go, without having to use...

Changing the face of banking, Brian Richardson of Wizzit

Brian Richardson, CEO and Founder of Wizzit International, sat down with IT News Africa for an exclusive interview on the future of banking on the African continent as well as the biggest digital disruptions that could affect banking in...

Banks grapple while nimble players eat their lunch

Financial inclusion is a critical engine of economic development at both macro and micro levels. Technology – and access to mobile phones – could make financial services accessible and available to nearly 4 billion people who are ignored or...

How African banks are losing their hold on the payment space

Traditional banks are poised to lose as much as 50% of their ownership of the payment space by the end of 2016. Their hold on the space began plummeting in 2014 from 100% to 75%, and will continue to...
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R500 Million to Expand Broadband in Townships & Rural Areas

This financial year, Vodacom Eastern Cape plans to invest R500 million as part of its larger digital inclusion strategy...
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