Africa’s financial industry prepares for Digital Finance Africa 2022

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The second annual edition of Digital Finance Africa ( will take place on September 22, 2022 in Johannesburg. The conference will be organized by IT News Africa (, under the theme; Bridging the gap between the future and the present through digital solutions.

Following a successful event in 2021, #DFAfrica22 ( will bring together more than 200 local and international BFSI industry leaders, fintech founders, industry regulators and technology service providers, to learn about cutting-edge innovations and participate in dynamic discussions that address how technology is redefining finance.

This year’s Digital Finance Africa ( promises to be a hit as it plans to tackle topics such as central bank digital currencies, RegTech, crypto payments, digital transformation, and cold war-like rivalry. among fintechs. and banks

Now, more than ever, we must come together and share our stories and find answers to our questions.

Key topics at the forum will include:

  • Why the future of financial services is digital.
  • How blockchain is shaking up the financial world.
  • FinTech vs. Banks: who is winning or is it not a competition?
  • How analytics beats intuition in customer service excellence.
  • The dangers of digital transformation in Finance.
  • Central Bank Digital Currencies: Challenges and Opportunities for the Financial Services Industry.
  • Is South Africa ready for a digital currency and the legal implications of it?

Confirmed Speakers for Digital Finance Africa 2022 ( include:

  • Tracy Bolton, chief operating officer of SAP.
  • Tamara Mkula, Head of Corporate Information Security at Nedbank
  • Abe Wakama, CEO of IT News Africa.
  • Shem Kakembo, Director General of EFCUG, Uganda.
  • Peter Neubauer, CEO of VIPASO, Austria.
  • Magda Milas, President of Alice in Blockchains, Croatia.
  • Moloti Nkune, Information Director of MICT SETA.
  • Michelle Beetar, Vice President and General Manager: MEA at FICO.
  • Sandy Rheeder, CIO of Mukuru.
  • Desiree Reddy, director of Norton Rose Fulbright.
  • Charles Mutigwe, Associate Professor, Business Information Systems at the University of Western New England, USA.
  • Ahmed Ali Saleemi, COO of AFT (Electronic Money Institute), Pakistan.

How to take part:

Join as an attendee ( Join local and international CxOs, line-of-business (LoB) executives, and heads of innovation, technology, and strategy to discuss the future of digital finance.

Join us as an exhibitor ( Showcase your technological innovations, projects and solutions. Put your organization at the center of this unique meeting. Find new partners, investors, leads and opportunities.

Join as a sponsor ( Showcase your brand and present your technology solutions to a select audience. Position your organization at the forefront of digital finance.

For more information about this conference, visit:

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