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Safaricom has launched M-Tiba, a health payment platform linked to M-Pesa that will enable users to save and pay for healthcare using their phones.
After raising $2.10 million in equity financing, Kenyan payments platform Kopo Kopo is pivoting its business away from the Lipa Na M-Pesa service it offers in partnership with Safaricom to focus on micro-loans to businesses. To this effect, the company has appointed a new CEO to direct the company’s growth and shift in focus. At the […]
Safaricom, the Kenyan mobile network operator has concluded plans to launch a new platform that will allow M-PESA users transfer fund from their banks accounts into their mobile wallets, Techmoran reports.
Digital money transfer provider, SimbaPay has announced that it now supports Safaricom’s M-Pesa PayBill payment service in Kenya.
The extension of Mr. Collymore’s contract is based on the good performance of Safaricom since he assumed office in areas such as the firm’s total revenue, customer base, SMS revenue, M-Pesa revenue…