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Cassava Fintech Inks Airtel to Launch Payment Platform App

Cassava Fintech International, in partnership with its local subsidiary Cassava Smartech Zimbabwe, and Econet Wireless Zimbabwe, have launched SASAI, an integrated social payments platform that combines Payments, Chat and Entertainment services on one single App.

The Group Chief Executive Officer, CFI, Darlington Mandivenga said that CFI is excited to bring to the Zimbabwean market a service that has no peers in any other African country in terms of its utility value, its relevancy and the convenience of its features.

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SASAI, which is available on Google Play store and the Apple App Store, combines mobile payments, social media and instant messaging, as well as entertainment – all on one App.

Mandivenga said he was delighted that users had already started using the App.

“We are delighted by the public’s interest in SASAI this early on, and are confident that very soon SASAI will be the App of choice in Zimbabwe and across Africa,” he said.

The public interest in SASAI comes amid strong endorsements of the new App by leading bloggers and tech sites that have had an opportunity to test and use the App ahead of launch.

In separate reviews posted on their sites, the tech bloggers hail SASAI as one of the most important Apps to be developed and released to the local and African markets.

The application has received favourable reviews from various tech bloggers and experts in the country, who have expressed an interest in this innovation.

Mandivenga said while the launch version of SASAI included fully functional Pay, Chat and Explore features, there would be scheduled updates and monthly releases of additional features and on-boarded partners.

“We would like to walk the SASAI journey with our users and partners, listening to their feedback and understanding their needs, instead of front-loading too many features all at once,” he added.