Vice President Constantino Chiwenga has reassured the nation that the government is working with the monetary authorities at the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) to ensure that rates for mobile money payments go down. The vice president singled out the country’s biggest mobile money company Ecocash by name. Addressing a Zanu-PF rally in Highfield on Monday, Chiwenga said,
We hear you on the issue of Ecocash rates and we assure you that we are working on it. The money that is being given to pensioners is a very small amount and we want that amount to be increased. We are talking with the Reserve Bank to reduce the rates.
Last month, EcoCash’s chief executive officer Natalie Jabangwe-Morris announced that the company was going to reduce its tariffs soon.
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Natalie Jabangwe is a Zimbabwean business executive who is the General Manager and Executive Head of mobile money company EcoCash. A computer engineer by profession, Jabangwe became the youngest chief executive to run a mobile money business in Africa. Natalie is also a published business... Read More About Natalie Jabangwe
EcoCash is a mobile money transfer facility which is run by Econet Wireless Zimbabwe. The facility has grown in leaps and bounds since its inception and is arguably the largest mobile money transfer agent considering the huge sums of transactions that the platform is said... Read More About EcoCash