South Africa’s PayGas plans expansion of LPG to serve low-income communities

Issue 414 - 01 May 2020
Cape Town-based LPG retailer PayGas plans to open six new refilling stations in Cape Town’s low-income townships. The new stations had been planned for the end of May, though timelines are likely to be affected by the coronavirus pandemic. Chief executive and founder Philippe Hoeblich plans to establish PayGas across sub-Saharan Africa using digital pay-as-you-go technology to permit low-volume purchases.

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