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    Business MTN Ranked as Africa’s Top Telecoms Brand, Report Shows – IT News Africa
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    Business MTN Group’s subscriptions hit 251m – Newtelegraph
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    Business MTN to launch mobile service in Namibia – Vanguard Newspaper

    Windhoek – MTN Group, Africa’s biggest mobile telecoms firm, is aiming to launch a mobile service in Namibia, an executive of the company told Reuters.... Read more via Vanguard Newspaper – Get more: Nigeria Business News
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    Business MTN Group bounces back with $279 million profit – Nairametrics

    South Africa’s telecommunications giant MTN has bounced back to profitability as the company’s headline hit 3.3 billion rand ($278.2 million) for the 12 months ended December 2017. The company made a 1.4 billion rand loss in 2016 due to a $1 billion fine imposed on its Nigerian arm. Read...
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    Business Omnicom Beats Publicis and WPP, Emerges MTN's Integrated Global Agency

    Omnicom has been appointed as MTN's integrated global agency after a long suspense and an intense pitch contest. Six global agency networks — Dentsu Aegis Network, Havas, Interpublic Group, Omnicom, Publicis and incumbent WPP (through MetropolitanRepublic and Aqua) — were originally invited to...
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    Business How MTN 'Slashed' Its Nigerian Fine From $3.9bn to $1.6bn- Reuters

    Telecoms firm MTN hired former U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder in January to help it reduce a $3.9 billion fine imposed in Nigeria over unregistered SIM cards. Five months later, it struck a deal to pay less than half of that. The entrance of Holder, who stood down as attorney general last...
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    Business Rob Shuter Appointed New CEO of MTN Group

    African multinational telecoms company, MTN Group has announced the appointment of Rob Shuter as its new Group President and Chief Executive Officer. MTN said it appointed Rob after it completed a review of its governance and management structures. Rob may commence as soon as it is...
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    Business MTN Shares Declines After FG Suspends Talks on $3.9bn Fine

    MTN Group Limited shares fell after Nigeria suspended talks about a $3.9 billion fine on the South African mobile-phone company. The stock declined as much as 2.9 percent, the most since May 12, and traded 1.5 percent lower at 126.50 rand monday in Johannesburg, valuing the company at 233...