Browsing: Sifiso Dabengwa

What more is there to say about MTN? It’s been an especially horrific 12 months for the company (and shareholders). But the group is sitting with a very large problem (to be fair, it has many others too): it is

MTN Group will consider raising its full-year dividend above forecasts if business conditions improve after the settlement of a record fine in Nigeria led to the first-ever half-year loss at Africa’s biggest mobile phone

MTN Group shares gained the most in more than five weeks after Africa’s biggest mobile phone operator booked the full value of a 330bn naira (US$1bn) fine in Nigeria, drawing a line under a 10-month saga that

The Black Management Forum has expressed its disappointment at the appointment of Rob Shuter as MTN’s new CEO. MTN on Monday announced to shareholders that its board has moved to appoint former Shuter

MTN Group named Vodafone Group’s Rob Shuter as CEO, turning to a seasoned executive to lead Africa’s biggest mobile-phone company following the settlement of a record fine in Nigeria. Shuter, a South African who leads Vodafone’s

MTN will not list its subsidiary in Nigeria unless market conditions are sufficiently conducive to an initial public offering, the group’s interim executive chairman, Phuthuma Nhleko, told TechCentral

The board of Gijima, the technology group now 100% owned and controlled by businessman Robert Gumede, will sign off on its multi-year turnaround at the end of the financial year to June 2016, its

MTN interim executive chairman Phuthuma Nhleko has defended the R23,7m golden handshake given to former CEO Sifiso Dabengwa, who resigned in November 2015 following a US$5,2bn fine

MTN Group said on Wednesday that it will appoint a new CEO by the end of June “at the latest”. In a note to shareholders ahead of the group’s AGM, MTN said the search for a new CEO was “well under way”. Former MTN CEO Phuthuma Nhleko

After the publication of its annual report this week, the headlines focused on former chief executive Sifiso Dabengwa’s R23,7m “golden handshake” following his resignation in November amid the MTN Nigeria fine fallout. We also learnt that chairman