Safaricom Ltd may expand its popular mobile-banking service M-Pesa into countries such as Nigeria and Angola, as East Africa’s biggest company grapples with regulatory scrutiny in its home market of Kenya.
Safaricom has announced an instant rewards system to incentivize customers who pay for fuel using Lipa Na M-PESA. With over 134,000 motorists having already received free talk time on the Safaricom network for every purchase of fuel worth Sh500 or more, the consumer incentive plan highlights the growing use of M-PESA as a payment channel.
Safaricom has announced the launch of M-Ledger, an Android based application that provides subscribers on the company’s network with a simple and easy to use financial journal to track and monitor their M-PESA transactions.
MoneyGram and Safaricom have launched a new service that enables consumers in over 90 countries outside Kenya to send money directly to M-PESA, Kenya's leading mobile money transfer solution.
Safaricom has announced that it has received all regulatory approvals required to complete its USD 80 million (Shs 7.2 billion) acquisition of various assets of Essar Telecommunications Kenya Limited.
Safaricom has announced the release of the 2014 Sustainability Report as it continues to lead transformational change within the organization. The report, ...
UNHCR, Vodafone Foundation And Safaricom Partners To Support 18,000 Young People In Dadaab Refugee Settlement
The United Nations Refugee Agency (UNHCR), Vodafone Foundation and Safaricom, have announced a partnership to bring transformative mobile-based education ...