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Cyclone Idai: Remittance Company Partners GAIN Cash & Carry To Help You Donate Effectively

UK based remittance company, Zympay has partnered up with GAIN Cash & Carry Whelesalers to enable people in the diaspora to donate to Cyclone Idai relief efforts in a safe and accountable manner. There has been a lot of initiatives to mobilise resources for the families affected by the natural disaster. Most are well meaning […]

ZB Bank Partnership With ZymPay Offers The Diaspora A Cheap Way To Pay For School Fees Back Home

ZB bank and Zympay have partnered to make it easy for Zimbabweans in the diaspora to pay school fees back in Zimbabwe.  Zympay is a cross-border (remittance) payments platform, where Zimbabweans in the diaspora can (send money) make bill payments like ZESA (and now school fees) for folks back home or send money. The partnership will facilitate digital […]

WhatsApp for payments? – Here’s how a local pharmacy is trying that out

Not too long ago we published an article on the way the Instant Messaging platform, WhatsApp, is being used by local medical professionals for added efficiency in the delivery of health services. It turns out it’s not just doctors and nurses that are cashing in on the social media/tech capital of WhatsApp. A local pharmacy […]

Podcast: Zympay & remittances, Human IPO, P.O BOX Videos and NetOne Airtime

Here is the latest edition of the weekly Techzim Podcast. As we always do, in this episode we touch on the trending topics from the local tech scene. Under discussion was the P.O BOX Videos viral sensation and its use of social media, the departure of Steward Bank CEO, and how it has come in […]

Selling ZESA prepaid from the UK: How Zympay is disrupting money remittances

Just yesterday we were tallking about, the online workaround for buying ZESA prepaid electricity that lets you use your EcoCash and Telecash mobile wallets as well as options like VISA and Zimswitch. It turns out that there’s another solution similar to this called ZymPay. Unlike, Zympay is targeted at the diaspora, where Zimbabweans who […]