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Zazoo taps Tamara d’Onofrio as SA’s country head

Zazoo, a business unit of Net 1 UEPS Technologies, has appointed Tamara d’Onofrio as its country head for South Africa. By Staff Writer Zazoo is an...

SA’s Zazoo expands into India

  Zazoo, a technology division of the JSE and Nasdaq-listed company Net1 UEPS Technologies Inc, is expanding into India through a partnership with Oxygen Services...

ZAZOO virtual card to be used by BitX

By Gugu Lourie   South Africa's tech firm ZAZOO's mobile virtual card is to be used by BitX, a leading universal Bitcoin platform that will make it possible...

ZAZOO teams up with UK-based Funifi

  By Staff Writer ZAZOO, a division of the JSE and Nasdaq-listed company Net1 UEPS Technologies Inc, has teamed-up a UK and Cyprus-based startup Funifi to enhance their...

Zazoo teams-up with Uber in SA

By Gugu Lourie Zazoo, a new division of the JSE and Nasdaq-listed company Net1 UEPS Technologies Inc, has teamed up with UBER, the innovative smartphone...

New mobile payment kid Zazoo aims high

Zazoo, a new division of the JSE and Nasdaq-listed company Net1 UEPS Technologies Inc, is hoping that its payment solutions for the mobile industry...

SA’s Net 1 to invest R567 million into India’s MobiKwik

South Africa’s Net 1 is planning to inject R567 million ($40 million) over the next two years in India’s digital payment firm MobiKwik. By...

Net1 EasyPay reaches 600,000 users

  Nasdaq and JSE-listed tech firm Net1 on Friday announced that 600,000 EasyPay Everywhere accounts have been opened since the launch of this product in...

Fortune names SA’s Net1 one of the ‘100 fastest growing companies”

South Africa’s Net1 UEPS Technologies, which facilitates payments between institutions and individuals without easy access to banking services, announced on Tuesday that it has...

Net1 to tackle China market

Net1, which is involved in a legal brawl with SASSA and AllPay regarding a R10 billion government tender, is indirectly expanding into the lucrative...

Prepaid services is the answer to utilities crippling debt

By Philip Belamant and David Cooke With South African municipalities owing utilities providers in excess of R96 billion, it is clear that traditional ways of...