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Why card and mobile money interoperability are critical to empowering African...

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When I founded MFS Africa more than a decade ago, I set a simple measure of success for the business. To facilitate access for...

E-LEVY: Illegal charges on Mobile Money Interoperability platform

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In 2 Conrinthians 13:1b, the Holy Bible says “Every matter must be established by the testimony of two or three witnesses.” On the basis of...

Rwanda to begin MoMo Interoperability March 15

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Effective March 15, customers of different mobile money service providers in Rwanda will be able to transact with each other by making direct payments...

Transfers to self on interoperability platform will not attract E-Levy –...

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Finance Minister Ken Ofori-Atta has said that money transfers from one's wallet to his own bank account and vice versa on the mobile money...

Customers commend Vodafone Cash for waiving transfer charges

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Several ground-breaking innovations have been birthed during this pandemic as companies and industries are at their wits’ end, figuring out how to lessen the...

COVID-19 boosts real time electronic payments, cards dip – GhIPSS

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Statistics from the Ghana Interbank Payments and Settlements System (GhIPSS) indicate there was a huge increase in real time electronic payments in the country...

I don’t believe Mobile Money should be taxed – Bawumia

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Vice President Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia has said he does not think Mobile Money should be taxed beyond the corporate taxes the telcos already pay...

GhIPSS half year – MoMo Interoperability tops them all amid Covid-19

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The half-year performance report of the Ghana Interbank Payments and Settlements System (GhIPSS), indicate that whereas COVID-19 took a toll on all the services...

Singapore earmarks US$180 million to accelerate Fintech development, lessons for Ghana

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The Singaporean financial regulator, Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) has announced that it will commit S$250 million (US$180 million) over the next three years...

MoMo Interoperability results in 15 million Ghanaians owning bank accounts –...

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Vice President Dr Mahamudu Bawumia has observed that the introduction of mobile money interoperability has led to over fifteen (15) million Ghanaians owning bank...

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