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MTN Group Ltd (MTNJ.J)

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Mon, May 22 2017

UPDATE 1-South Africa's Naspers in talks with MTN over pay-TV deal

JOHANNESBURG, May 22 South African broadcaster Naspers is in talks with MTN Group to supply pay-TV content to the mobile operator's subscribers, Naspers said on Monday.

South Africa's Naspers says in talks with MTN over pay-TV supply deal

JOHANNESBURG, May 22 South African broadcaster Naspers is in talks with Africa's biggest mobile operator MTN Group to supply pay-TV content to MTN subscribers, Naspers spokeswoman said on Monday.

UPDATE 1-South Africa's MTN to invest $295 mln in Iranian Net broadband network

JOHANNESBURG, May 8 South Africa's MTN Group has agreed to invest more than $295 million in Iranian Net, a fixed line broadband network in which it is to buy an initial 49 percent stake.

UPDATE 1-South Africa's MTN records higher Q1 revenue on strong data

JOHANNESBURG, May 3 MTN Group reported a 7.1 percent rise in first-quarter group revenue helped by a strong performance in data services, Africa's biggest mobile phone operator said on Wednesday.

UPDATE 1-SAfrica's competition watchdog says not pursuing pricing complaint against MTN, Vodacom

JOHANNESBURG, April 18 South Africa's competition regulator has decided against pursuing a complaint of unfair pricing lodged against mobile phone giants MTN Group and Vodacom by smaller unlisted rival Cell C.

SAfrica's competition watchdog says not pursuing pricing complaint against MTN, Vodacom

JOHANNESBURG, April 18 South Africa's competition regulator has decided against pursuing a complaint of unfair pricing lodged against mobile phone giants MTN Group and Vodacom by smaller unlisted rival Cell C.

BRIEF-MTN says Mteto Nyati to step down as CEO of MTN SA

* Mteto Nyati will be stepping down as CEO of MTN SA with effect from 13 March 2017

UPDATE 1-MTN's South Africa unit CEO Nyati resigns, to be replaced by Motsa

JOHANNESBURG, March 7 Africa's biggest mobile phone operator MTN Group said on Tuesday that Mteto Nyati, the chief executive of its South African unit, will be resigning on March and will be replaced by Godfrey Motsa on the same day.

MTN's South Africa unit CEO Nyati resigns, to be replaced by Motsa

JOHANNESBURG, March 7 Africa's biggest mobile phone operator MTN Group said on Tuesday that Mteto Nyati, the chief executive of its South African unit, will be resigning on March and will be replaced by Godfrey Motsa on the same day.

South Africa's MTN has limited scope to jack up debt levels - Moody's

JOHANNESBURG, March 6 South African mobile phone operator MTN Group has limited room to increase its debt levels, rating agency Moody's said on Monday, citing lack of dividend flow from Nigeria - its biggest market.

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