Mastercard Partners With SPAZAPP To Bring Mobile Payments To Informal Traders


Mastercard is collaborating with Durban-based tech company Spazapp, to bring secure, seamless and convenient mobile payments to thousands of informal traders and convenience stores, better known as spaza shops, in South Africa. By combining their expertise and reach, the companies intend to unlock economic growth by helping informal micro-businesses connect to formal markets and digital payment systems. [...]

Originally published at Africa.com

Africa dot com - Wed, 15 Nov 2017 16:26:22 +0000

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