How to Use Pep Money Transfer

How to Use Pep Money Transfer


Sending money across the African continent has never been easier. In the past, it was limited to sending by electronic transfer. These days however, various money transfer services have mad this process much more convenient.

Pep Money Transfer makes it easy to send money within South Africa and cross-border, at any Pep, Pep Cell and PepHome.

How to use Pep Money Transfer Locally:

Take your ID and cell phone number to your nearest Pep. The cashier will ask you to enter a 4 digit PIN number in-store. This can be a number of your choice.

You’ll then get a slip with a withdrawal number.

Send the receiver the 10 digit withdrawal number and a 4 digit PIN, along with information on how much has been sent.

The money can then be collected at any Shoprite, Checkers, USave or Absa ATM.

Pep Money Transfer allows you to send up to R2500 per month or R3000 per day to multiple recipients. A fixed fee of R9,99 per transaction is payable.

MAMA Money:

  • Dial *120*542# to start creating your order.
  • Add the receiver’s details (Name, Surname, Cell number)
  • Select receiver from the list created
  • Put in the amount you would like to send
  • You will receive an SMS with a Pay number

In Zimbabwe, MAMA Money’s partner is CABS Bank. The receiver needs to get a CABS Texta cash card. They will need to go to any CABS branch or agent and fill in a form. The card will be linked to their mobile phone via mobile sign up. The money will arrive on the card instantly.


Pep Money Transfers also work for transfers to Zimbabwe, Malawi, Zambia and Kenya. To use this service you need your ID and you must register for Mukuru.

You’ll then receive an SMS within 48 hours if your registration is successful.

Dial *130*567# or call 0860 018 555. You will receive an SMS with a reference number and payment details for your order. Bring your Mukuru order SMS to a Pep Store and give the cashier the reference number.


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