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Cash is Africa's king despite mobile money rise.Cash is
Africa's king

Despite continent's mobile money boom.

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Equity Bank “determined to challenge” M-Pesa, says Taisys.

Equity Bank “determined to challenge” M-Pesa, says Taisys

Taiwanese ultra-thin SIM firm marks the battle lines for Kenya’s mobile money space.

MTN Rwanda cuts roaming costs.

MTN Rwanda cuts roaming costs

Move in line with the East Africa One Network Area agreement.

Chinese telecoms player is now the number two player in the Middle East and Africa behind Samsung.

Huawei smartphone sales surge in MEA - IDC

Chinese telecoms player is now the number two player in the region behind Samsung.

ASUS SA doubles staff numbers.

ASUS SA doubles staff numbers

Taiwanese computer maker has "earmarked" South Africa and SADC for growth.

ICT contributes 2% to Rwanda’s GDP - ministry.

ICT contributes 2% to Rwanda’s GDP - ministry

Contributions from information and communication technology contributes ‘more than mining’.

Tigo Music launched in Africa.

Tigo Music launched in Africa

Unlimited music streaming service to make its African debut in Ghana.

Nedbank deploys Gemalto’s e-banking solution.

Nedbank deploys Gemalto’s e-banking solution

Users connect a USB key, which launches a “safe zone” to do transactions securely.

SAP helps fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria in Africa.

SAP helps fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria in Africa

SAP plans to commit  $4 million over a period of four years to the Global Fund.

BlackBerry Passport available in SA from early November.

BlackBerry Passport available in SA from early November

Square screened smartphone set to make its South African debut.

Africa’s mobile broadband subscribers top 172mn.

Africa’s mobile broadband subscribers top 172mn

The Broadband Commission’s report highlights how 3G and 4G access is rapidly expanding.

 ‘Cash is Africa’s king despite mobile money rise’.

‘Cash is Africa’s king despite mobile money rise’

Expert says the continent’s market for services like M-Pesa is still in its infancy.