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Cameroon is planning to begin accepting the payment of customs duties and other related taxes via mobile money services.
Mobile money has proved popular among many African countries. However, in Cameroon, Glomo Money, an indigenous mobile money service, is struggling as it cites that government is supporting multinational companies better than local ones.
Many Cameroonians have reported a spike in the number of bank and mobile money fraud incidents in the last couple of weeks amid the partial coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) lockdown.
Vodacom's Mobile Money Policy Forum 2019 event brought together representatives from mobile network operators and a cross section of sectors including Telecommunication, financial service providers, banking, and regulators.
Malawi wants to force companies to offer customers at least one digital payment channel as an option to use for payments.
Ethiopia's new leadership is interested in using digital technologies to improve financial inclusion in the East Afrikan country. This comes after the United Nation's ECA Executive Secretary, Vera Songwe, Ant Financial’s CEO, Eric Jing, and the International Finance Corporation’s (IFC) VP and Treasurer, Jingdong Hua, met with President
Safaricom, Kenya's largest mobile services provider by market share, is involved in advanced talks with Ethiopia's government with a view to introducing the M-Pesa mobile money transfer service in the neighboring east Afrikan country. Although not yet confirmed by either party, several rumors and reports are circulating that talks are