Paying car guards with credit cards: The move to a cashless society

Shielded from the blinding morning sun, Sellio Akabu, a car guard from the Democratic Republic of Congo wearing aviator sunglasses and a large hat, surveys the parking lot, in search of customers in Linden, a suburb in northern Johannesburg.

His orange visibility vest bears the word “uKheshe Paypoint” and a small card tucked in the front allows motorists to scan the QR code and tip him for looking after their car.

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