CABS partners WorldRemit for diaspora remittances

ZIMBABWE – Financial services provider, CABS has announced a new partnership with global money transfer agency, WorldRemit, which will enable people to collect diaspora remittances through the bank’s branches countrywide. CABS managing director Mehluli Mpofu said: “You can now collect cash from any CABS branch nationwide upon production of a valid WorldRemit reference number and Identification documents i.e. National ID, driver’s licence or valid passport.” “All cash pay outs will be made in United States dollars only and all transaction fees, charges and commissions will be borne by the remitter…

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Remittance provider Mukuru set for Southern Africa expansion

SOUTH AFRICA – Cape Town-based remittance and money transfer provider Mukuru with over seven million customers globally, is looking to extend its footprint across Southern Africa. Founded in 2004 by Zimbabwean entrepreneur Rob Burrell, Mukuru allows affordable and reliable financial services to underserved communities. Its remittance service offers customers the opportunity to send or receive money, with users in over 20 countries across Africa and Asia and their services include sending cash for collection, bank account top-up or mobile wallet transfers. Additional offerings include funeral cover, the Mukuru Money Card and various…

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WorldRemit and Mukuru partner to expand remittance service into Southern Africa countries

ZIMBABWE – WorldRemit and Mukuru have announced a deepening of their existing partnership with the aim of expanding their collaboration for cash remittances into Zambia, South Africa, Mozambique, Malawi and Botswana. The move is an important next step in furthering the delivery of world-class services and financial inclusion across the African continent. The partnership expansion is the latest move by both companies to enhance the delivery of financial services to customers by combining their strengths and leveraging their capabilities and resources. From the enhanced collaboration, customers will always benefit from…

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Vodacom partners with WoldRemit to enhance convenience of money transfer in Tanzania

TANZANIA – Leading digital money transfer service WorldRemit has partnered with Vodacom Tanzania to enable nine million M-Pesa customers to receive money directly to their M-Pesa wallets from friends and family living abroad.  “This new partnership with WorldRemit enables us to tap into their global payments network, and help customers receive remittances into Tanzania from more countries around the world,” Epimack Mbeteni, Vodacom Tanzania M-Pesa Director, said. “It will enable families and friends in the country to conveniently receive money through M-Pesa from across the world. This is just one…

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WorldRemit launches new cash pick-up service in Nigeria

NIGERIA – WorldRemit, a digital money transfer company, has introduced a new cash pick-up service at all branches of FCMB, Fidelity Bank, Access Bank, Zenith Bank and Polaris Bank. Using the WorldRemit app or website, the Nigerian diaspora living in over 50 countries can now send money quickly and securely to 1,800 cash pick-up locations across 36 Nigerian states. Andrew Stewart, Managing Director for Middle East and Africa at WorldRemit, said: “WorldRemit is delighted to expand its service offering in Nigeria, and introduce more recipients to our award-winning fast and…

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