Vodacom meets stakeholders to discuss future of mobile money platforms in Africa

Representative from the Bank of Tanzania Abert Cesari( Second right) in group photo with Managing director of Vodacom Tanzania PLC, Hisham Hendi (Far right), Managing Executive, Legal and regulatory from Vodacom Group, Judith Obholzer (Far left) and Director of Corporate Affairs, Vodacom Tanzania Rosalynn Mworia (Second left) during release of Vodacom’s Future-Proofing Mobile Financial Services report in Dar es salaam

Key representatives from over eight countries in Africa gathered at a workshop organised by Vodacom to look into trends and developments shaping the mobile money industry in Africa.  Vodacom also released its Future-Proofing Mobile Financial Services report at the workshop. The report, the first of Vodacom’s Public Policy Series, demonstrates how mobile money is driving…

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