Browsing: Rob Shuter

MTN’s Nigeria nightmare deepens

Nigeria is seeking about $2-billion in back taxes from MTN Group, another curve ball directed at Africa’s biggest wireless carrier that’s come to light less than a week after it was ordered to refund $8.1-billion in “illegally” repatriated funds.

MTN’s Shuter plays down 5G’s short-term impact

MTN Group CEO Rob Shuter has moved to downplay the short-term impact and potential of 5G wireless technology, particularly in the markets in which it operates, saying it’s a “technology searching for an application”.

Stephen van Coller resigns from MTN

Stephen van Coller will leave MTN Group at the end of August. Vice president for digital services, data analytics and business development, he has resigned to take up a group CEO position at another JSE-listed company.

MTN may sell some West African subsidiaries next

MTN Group’s sale of its Cyprus unit is just the start of a broader exit from small or problematic markets, with the Liberian unit leading a number of West African divisions being considered for disposal, according to sources.

Union protest hits MTN Nigeria

MTN Group’s Nigeria offices are being picketed by the country’s biggest group of unions over an alleged refusal to allow staff to form workers’ groups, a claim denied by the continent’s largest wireless carrier

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