Tag: CBZ

  • CBZ Touch and Smartcash are currently unstable

  • ZSE marks biggest year in a decade at the close of 2020 trade

  • Techzim’s bank of the year – FBC Bank

  • CBZ system upgrades causing service disruption

  • CBZ Holdings Unveils New Board Of Directors

  • CBZ Surprises Customers By Promising To Lower POS Charges

  • CBZ Says Coins In “Bin Container” Were Withdrawn By Gambling House

  • Warning! CBZ Says Message Circulating Asking For Clients Details Is Fake

  • NMB Bank Joins 4 Other Banks In Introducing A Kwenga-Like Device Called KaGwenya

  • CBZ Launches Their Own Mobile POS Machine; Kleva POS

  • Check Out CBZ’s List Of All Transactions Which Are Charged And Exempted The ‘2% Tax’

  • You Can Now Link Your CBZ Smartcash With EcoCash

  • National Building Society Finally Linked With EcoCash

  • CBZ To Invest $120 000 In Start-ups And SMEs All Over Zimbabwe Through Its Youth Entrepreneurs Programme

  • 500 SMEs To Receive Funding From Netone

  • No More Manual/Paper RTGS For CBZ Customers As The Bank Goes Paperless

  • ‘Card Cloning’ On The Rise: Steward Bank Warns Customers To Guard Against This Type Of Fraud

  • Daily Transaction Limit Raised For CBZ Smartcash Account Holders

  • CBZ Bank Going Exclusive To Internet And Mobile Banking, Looks Like Zimbabwe Is Going Paperless Not Just Cashless

  • CBZ To Invest $12 million In A Mall For SME’s

  • Nedbank Plans To Fund The Private Sector Massively, Joins CBZ And CABS In Targeting SMEs

  • CBZ And CABS Avail Loans Targeted At SMEs

  • CBZ Touch Pulls The Plug On DStv Payments…

  • Planned EcoCash maintenance not related to this week’s transacting problems

  • CBZ Holdings publishes half year financial results and they are interesting

  • CBZ to launch a $35k Youth Entrepreneurs Program, seed funding and training for aspiring youth business ventures

  • “Hello Inconvenience” is what these mobile banking apps are screaming

  • CBZ registers 100,000 low cost customers within year of launching agent banking

  • Nettcash’s the only privately owned mobile money service selling ZESA. How did it pull it off?

  • What can we expect at Zimbabwe’s 1st Mobile Money & Digital Payments Awards?