The value of mobile-money transactions grew by 29% to 5.29 trillion shillings, while M-Pesa revenue surged 27% to 41.5 billion shillings
Reducing the gender gap in usage and ownership of mobile money and outlets in Africa could add up to $170 billion to the industry by 2020
Africa's mobile phone boom, which saw it pocket $100bn last year, to slow sharply—for these two reasons
New report forecasts that there will be 386 million mobile subscribers in Sub-Saharan Africa by the end of this year -- or 41% of the population.
Business in the country is often about Darwinism. Adapt or die.
ICT innovations in finance, retail and government changing lives, driving major East African economy.
Young entrepreneurs taking Africa forward, says Obama: 10 facts about them—for one, they are fearless and bold
Give us the space, and we will do the rest, continent's dynamic job-creators say.
Safaricom is internationally known for its M-Pesa mobile money service but also dominates its home market.
East Africa's largest cellular firm 'will dock $400m investment' if Kenya penalises it for dominance
Safaricom says being dominant 'not a crime in itself' after Cabinet minister questioned its market superiority.
It is easier to pay a taxi fare by mobile phone in Nairobi than it is in New York
Over six million transactions are carried out over the service daily
South Africa’s traditional banking system has not yet cracked the financial inclusion nut.
Big telcos argue they have invested substantially in their product, but should this be at the expense of competition?