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5 Aug 2016
Ahead of the MTN’s half-year result, which is scheduled to be out today, the group has alerted shareholders to its first-ever per-share loss as public company in Africa on a record fine in Nigeria and weaker earnings in South Africa.
31 Jul 2016
More facts emerged yesterday, on reasons behind South Africa’s telecommunications firm, MTN’s decision to list its shares on the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE), by 2017.
28 Jul 2016
Telecommunications giant, MTN Nigeria, has said it will list its shares on the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) next year.
3 Jul 2016
Last year, Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), the country’s telecommunications regulator had slammed a whopping N1.04 trillion ($5.2 billion) fine on...
30 Jun 2016
Telecommunications firm, MTN has said it has paid additional N30 billion to the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) as part of the N330 billion fine slammed on it for contravening regulatory orders in the country.
30 Jun 2016
He is the first Nigerian to occupy that position, taking over from Ferdi Moolman, who became the Chief Executive Officer of the company in December 2015.
29 Jun 2016
Activities that have to do with an operator losing and gaining subscribers in the telecommunications sector appeared to be on the upward swing.
24 Jun 2016
The Senate yesterday approved a total sum of N241 billion as the 2016 Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC) budget.However, the Upper Chamber adjourned plenary for three weeks and to resume on July 12th, 2016.
22 Jun 2016
The frantic search for a new helmsman to reposition MTN came to fruition on Monday, with the announcement of Rob Shuter, as the new Group Chief Executive Officer (GCEO) of Africa’s largest telecommunications firm.
22 Jun 2016
Four telecommunications firms are currently keeping Fixed wired telephone lines active in Nigeria. These companies are MTN, Globacom, IpNX and 21st Century.
20 Jun 2016
South Africa-based Telecoms giant MTN on Monday named a new chief executive after resolving a dispute with Nigeria over a huge fine for failing to disconnect millions of unregistered mobile phone lines.
20 Jun 2016
Meanwhile, the Minister of Communications, Adebayo Shittu, yesterday explained that the government reviewed the fine imposed on telecommunications giant, MTN so as not to discourage prospective investors.

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