Airtel Africa, a provider of telecommunications and mobile money services with presence in 14 countries across Africa, has reaffirmed its commitment to drive the digitalisation of the continent to unlock new opportunities and promote inclusive, sustainable growth.
Airtel and MTN Nigeria grew their service revenues by an average of 22.3 per cent in their 2023 half-year (H1) operations.
That Nigerians are making giant strides in literally every field of human endeavor across the globe is no longer a subject for debate. What is perhaps uncertain is how they are bringing their individual professional exploits to bear on the development of the country.
Following losses in many highly capitalised companies, especially Airtel Africa and Lafarge, the dominance of the bears remain unabated in the equities sector of the Nigerian Exchange Limited (NGX), as market capitalisation plunged further by N569 billion.[
Despite price losses that outweighed gains, the bulls resurfaced on the equities sector of the Nigerian Exchange Limited (NGX), yesterday, as gains in Geregu, Airtel Africa, others lifted market capitalisation by N88 billion.
Repositioning for the 2022 full-year earnings and dividend declaration continued yesterday, as bargain hunting in Airtel Africa and 27 stocks lifted market capitalisation further by N273 billion.
25 Nov 2022
Transactions on the equities sector of the Nigerian Exchange Limited (NGX) sustained a rising profile yesterday, as increased appetite in Airtel Africa and 15 stocks lifted market capitalisation further by N202 billion.
11 Nov 2022
Positive sentiments persisted on the equities sector of the Nigerian Exchange Limited (NGX) yesterday, as gains in Dangote cement, 14 others lifted market capitalisation further by N262 billion.
29 Oct 2022
After a successful run with The Voice Nigeria, Airtel Africa has announced the launch of The Voice Africa, which would have music talents from 14 countries compete for the grand prize of $100,000 (approx. N43.6 million).
19 Oct 2022
Selloff persisted in the equities sector of Nigeria’s capital market as price depreciation in Airtel Africa and Nigerian Breweries (NB) took off N545 billion from market capitalisation
7 Sep 2022
At the end of yesterday’s transactions, the Nigerian equities market extended losses to third consecutive sessions as a fall in Airtel Africa and 17 stocks dragged market capitalisation further by N186 billion.
26 Aug 2022
The Nigerian Exchange Limited (NGX) sustained a rising profile yesterday, as gains in the shares of many highly capitalised, especially Airtel Africa and Nestle lifted market capitalisation by N532 billion.