9 Sep 2016
Imran Mahomed is the CEO of aYo Holdings. He is a fellow of the Actuarial Society of South Africa, holds an Honours degree from the University of the Witwatersrand and completed additional studies, including an AMP at Insead.
7 Sep 2016
Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has given notice to telecom operators of its intention to ban SIM card registration agents.
3 Sep 2016
That the Nigerian economy is in a dire strait is no longer news. The statistics released by the National Bureau of Statistics during the week confirmed that the country is in recession. And during the week, we were told why the economy could stay in a prolonged downward spiral mode. Again, the Republican nominee for the…
31 Aug 2016
Some MTN mobile telephone subscribers in Abia State are unhappy with the company for introducing and selling to them two customised MTN handsets, which the company said are tagged 620 and 720 smart phones.
23 Aug 2016
Presumably, this principle is being pushed on us because the West believes that it is an effective way to stop corruption but more importantly by pursuing the money ...
23 Aug 2016
South Africa’s telecommunications firm, MTN has revealed plans to sell shares worth R9.9 billion, a four per cent stake, to black investors to meet government ...
17 Aug 2016
iSON, a Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) firm, has announced the latest addition to its growing portfolio of clients, MTN Rwanda, effective August 1, 2016.
16 Aug 2016
The new 5,063,895 customers represented 68 per cent of the 7,477,977 additional GSM lines in the country in the last 12 months.
10 Aug 2016
After successfully acquiring the last surviving Code Division Multiple Access (CDMA) operator in Nigeria and subsequent upgrade to the GSM platform, MTN has added about 568,000 Visafone customers to its network.
8 Aug 2016
Telecommunications giants, MTN escaped bankruptcy through the intervention of President Muhammadu Buhari, who reduced the fine imposed on the South African company for failing to disconnect mobile ...
6 Aug 2016
For the first time in 22 years of operations, MTN, Africa’s biggest mobile phone operator, reported a $357 million half-year loss.The headline loss, according to the telecommunications firm, came in at 4.9 billion rand, or 271 cents per share, in the six months.