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MTN Ghana has revealed that it is investing in becoming a fully digital operator by 2023. Selorm Adadevoh, MTN Ghana CEO, says that the company was leveraging the strength of its “fintech” and some six pillars to “deliver a bold new digital world to customers”. According to News Ghana, the COVID-19 pandemic has heightened the importance of digital operations...

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MTN Group chief financial officer Ralph Mupita took the reins from former CEO Rob Shuter on Tuesday, paving the way for a new era at Africa’s largest telecommunications group by subscribers. Shuter is leaving MTN to join BT Group as CEO of UK company’s enterprise business. MTN said in a statement to shareholders on Tuesday that Sugentharan Perumal...

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MTN has announced changes to the board of directors of MTN Group, as well as to the board of major subsidiary MTN South Africa. In a statement released to the media, MTN confirmed that after six years as an independent non-executive director of MTN Group – the last five as audit committee chairman – Christine...

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Ralph Mupita, MTN Group’s chief financial officer, will replace Rob Shuter as the CEO of the telecommunications provider on 1 September. The move, which was widely anticipated, comes after Shuter said earlier this year that he would not renew his contract when it expired in 2021. Shuter will join BT Group in the UK as CEO of the...

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In Nigeria, the two major mobile telecoms operators have returned ‘great’ trading figures even though the coronavirus pandemic has been wreaking havoc to people health and economic well-being. MTN Nigeria’s reporting showed that the company is still maintaining its double-digit growth trajectory, with declared revenue growth of 12.6 per cent. Airtel Nigeria said its quarterly results were...

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MTN will migrate all of Cell C’s network traffic onto its own radio network once the mobile operator has completed its recapitalisation. The company confirmed the migration in its interim results for the six months ended 30 June 2020, stating that the current arrangement “envisages a three-year transition towards a full national roaming arrangement under which MTN...

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MTN South Africa is feeling the impact of the lost revenue from former roaming partner Telkom, with the company’s service revenue declining by 2.5% year on year despite a strong operational performance by the business. However, in the six months to 30 June 2020, MTN South Africa still managed to improve its margin, measured using earnings...