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MTN’s interim group executive chairman, Phuthuma Nhleko, took home more than R72m in the 2016 financial year, during which time he acted as CEO and as chairman of the crisis-hit emerging markets telecommunications

Rob Shuter, MTN’s incoming group president and CEO, will join the telecommunications operator earlier than previously expected. Shuter, who is serving notice at Vodafone, will join MTN on 13 March

MTN Group appointed Felleng Sekha to the newly created position of head of regulatory affairs, part of a management shake-up at the wireless carrier following a record US$1bn fine in Nigeria, according to three people familiar with

MTN Group, Africa’s largest mobile-phone operator by sales, rose for a second day after raising more than US$1,3bn (R18,6bn) in loans before the potential sale of bonds. The shares jumped 2,2% to R121,49 as of 12.29pm in Johannesburg

MTN Group, Africa’s largest mobile phone operator by sales, said it entered three loan agreements, raising more than US$1,3bn as the company markets a potential bond sale. The company is being

MTN Group chief financial officer Brett Goschen is stepping down. He will leave at the end of September “to pursue other interests”, the telecommunications group said in a statement to shareholders on Monday morning.

Former Vodacom and Vodafone executive Rob Shuter has been named as the new president and CEO of telecommunications group MTN after an extensive search. Shuter, who is a previous chief financial officer at Vodacom

MTN is “cautiously optimistic” that it has turned the corner in its South African operation after reporting 400 000 net subscriber additions in July. That’s the word from group chief financial officer Brett Goschen, who made the

MTN’s group president and CEO Sifiso Dabengwa and group chief financial officer Brett Goschen sat down with journalists following publication of the mobile operator’s interim 2014 financial results for the six months to end-June. In this edited extract from the press conference, listen as Dabengwa and Goschen