Browsing: Ralph Mupita

Benin and Cameroon appear to have escaped MTN’s chopping block. MTN Group said on Thursday it has all but resolved disputes with the governments and regulators in the two West African markets, suggesting

When the continent’s largest mobile operator by subscribers, MTN, appointed Rob Shuter as group CEO, Stephen van Coller as one of its vice presidents and Ralph Mupita as chief financial officer in 2016, the strategy was plain

MTN is not shy to pay its newly constituted management team the big bucks, the telecommunications group’s 2017 annual report shows. The report, published on Thursday, reveals that MTN’s new group CEO

MTN Group could cash in from an initial public offering of Africa’s largest telecommunication towers company by selling down a stake valued by the wireless carrier at about R27bn. IHS Towers, of which Johannesburg-based MTN

MTN on Wednesday said group revenue increased by 7,1% year on year, supported by a 29,4% improvement in data revenue, suggesting a return to a firmer footing for the Johannesburg-headquartered emerging markets telecommunications giant. However, group subscriber

Peter Moyo is stepping down as nonexecutive chairman of Vodacom after seven years on the telecommunications group’s board. He will retire and step down on 18 July, the date of Vodacom’s annual

MTN Group’s new CEO, Rob Shuter, begins work on Monday morning, taking the reins from interim executive chairman Phuthuma Nhleko at a time of considerable operational challenges at Africa’s biggest telecommunications operator. Shuter, until

MTN Group will look for new ways to bring banking services to its customers’ mobile phones in South Africa after severing ties with Australian-owned partner Tyme. Africa’s biggest mobile phone operator scrapped the

The amount of time the average First National Bank customer spends in a branch will fall to 86 minutes in 2016, from 100 minutes in 2015, a decline of 14% year on year, FNB Business chief information officer Peter Alkema said

Telecommunications group MTN has a new chief financial officer. Ralph Mupita, the CEO of Old Mutual emerging markets, will take over as MTN’s CFO on 3 April 2017. Mupita’s appointment adds to a growing list of top executives