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SA’s Minit Money opens remittance corridor to help Zambians send money home

South African blockchain remittance app Minit Money has opened its first Southern Africa remittance corridor, enabling Zambians living in South Africa to easily and affordably send money home.

Launched in 2019, Minit Money helps people send money across Africa in minutes. The easy-to-use Minit Money app provides secure and reliable money transfers at affordable rates, and is available free to download from all the app stores.

The launch of its South Africa-to-Zambia corridor is set to create significant savings for users, improve sending speeds and provide a seamless user experience for Zambians living in South Africa.

“We’re delighted to announce the launch of Minit Money’s ability to serve the Zambian diaspora community in South Africa. We have experienced significant growth in our existing corridors of Ghana, Nigeria, Uganda, Cameroon, Senegal, Benin, Ivory Coast and Kenya, and the Zambia launch marks our first foray into the Southern Africa region,” said Minit Money co-founder and CEO Angus Brown.