South Africa will soon have a new “digital bank” in the form of Bettr, a fintech start-up that has been working on building a “new challenger” in the country’s finance sector. TechCentral speaks to co-founders Tobie van Zyl and Andrzej Stempowski.
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Bsavi, a Cape Town start-up with roots in the financial technology industry, has launched a tool it hopes will become the Google Now of personal finance. The app will not only help people save money, but it will also help them spend it more efficiently. Bsavi – pronounced “be savvy” – is currently
Moneysmart, the free personal financial management tool that was launched in beta last year, has been revamped and will be launched commercially in the next few days, promising an improved experience, automatic integration with all but one of SA’s major banks and forthcoming native applications for iOS and Android. The website
Cape Town start-up Moneysmart, due to launch at the end of next month, aims to provide a platform where people can manage all their financial matters in one place, from banking and expenses to insurance and investments. Founders Zulfiq Isaacs