SA app uKheshe launched for micropayments

South African start-up Jini Guru has launched a smartphone app and QR card to allow users to make micropayments electronically, to a car guard for example, without the need to carry cash. The app, called uKheshe (which means “cash” in isiZulu), allows users to pay anyone who has an uKheshe QR card – and they don’t need a bank account. Founder Jason Penton conceptualised uKheshe when he needed to pay someone who did not have a bank account and did not have any cash handy.

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