SA SME Fund and A2Pay team up to give spaza shops a R25m boost
The South African SME Fund has made a R25-million investment in spaza shops.
They have partnered with fintech A2pay to drive growth and inclusion for spazas.
Clement Manyathela speaks to A2Pay COO Tina Mason about the investment.
We are going to look towards 10,000 spaza shops within the next 10 years.Tina Mason, Chief operating officer - A2Pay
We've understood fundamentally that entrepreneurs create jobs.Tina Mason, Chief operating officer - A2Pay
Listen to the full interview below...
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