Telkom has launched a digital wallet that allows users to pay others and get paid themselves using their mobile phone and WhatsApp.
Although reports have emerged of quieter-than-normal retail stores this Black Friday weekend, it seems many South African consumers turned to online shopping to beat the crowds – and the coronavirus.
The South African Reserve Bank has announced that cheques will not be supported by the country’s national payment system from 1 January.
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As of 1 January 2021, Nedbank clients will no longer be able to use cheques as a payment option. In an announcement on Tuesday, the bank said this is because few clients make use of the service.
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TechCentral gets to know Nedbank CIO Fred Swanepoel, a private pilot who is helping lead the bank to build platforms and ecosystems that allow it to engage more deeply with its suppliers and customers