Huawei Pay, a payments system for Huawei smartphone users, will be launched in South Africa later this week, the Chinese consumer electronics giant said on Monday.
Capitec has launched QR payments in its app, allowing clients to scan barcodes to make payments at the point of sale or online, including where merchants use Zapper or SnapScan.
Pick n Pay said on Friday that it is introducing scan-and-pay technology at till points nationwide so customers don’t have to touch point-of-sale terminals during the Covid-19 pandemic.
The Shoprite Group, which owns Shoprite and Checkers retail stores, is introducing the ability for customers to make payments using QR codes in an effort to fight the spread of the novel coronavirus.
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JSE-listed Net1 UEPS Technologies and QR-code payments specialist Zapper said on Thursday that they will launch a new company, called ZappGroup Africa, to white-label and expand Zapper’s technology across Africa.
Nedbank, working with Mastercard and Entersekt, has launched QR code (or quick-response code) payments to Masterpass, [email protected], SnapScan and Zapper merchants and billers in its Money app – for use online or in-store.
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Standard Bank has acquired a majority stake in Firepay, the company that develops popular mobile payments platform SnapScan. Terms of the deal have not been disclosed. Firepay launched SnapScan in partnership with Standard Bank