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Vodacom’s troubled relationship with the controlling shareholder of its minority partner in the Democratic Republic of Congo is once again emerging as a thorn in the telecommunications

MTN’s share price slumped by more than 8% on Tuesday morning over fresh concerns among investors about whether the group, which is listed on the JSE, will have to pay the full amount of a

MTN will not have to pay a US$5,2bn fine to Nigerian authorities today, 16 November, which was previously the deadline set down by the Nigerian Communications Commission for payment of the record-setting penalty after the telecommunications operator

After two weeks of uncertainty in which its share price fell by 17,5%, MTN finally provided some clarity to shareholders on Monday. The announcement that CEO Sifiso Dabengwa had resigned with immediate effect led to the first substantial engagement with the market since the operator was issued

Analysts say more senior executives at mobile network MTN may have to face the music after the resignation of group CEO Sifiso Dabengwa. Dabengwa is the first executive casualty at MTN after the

Finance minister Nhlanhla Nene had not discussed the MTN-Nigeria crisis with a counterpart in Nigeria because a cabinet in that country had not yet been appointed, minister in the presidency Jeff

The recent US$5,2bn fine issued against MTN does not affect the cordial relations between South Africa and Nigeria, with government hopeful that talks between the mobile network and Nigerian authorities will bear fruit, a senior cabinet minister has said