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Wed, Jun 22 2016

South African black lobby disappointed by MTN's new white CEO

JOHANNESBURG, June 22 South Africa's Black Management Forum (BMF) said it was disappointed by the appointment of white South African Rob Shuter as MTN Group's new CEO and viewed it as a serious blow to giving blacks a larger role in business.

UPDATE 3-South Africa's MTN names Vodafone Europe head as new CEO

* MTN looks to overhaul governance standards, strategy (Adds analyst comment, appointment of head M&A)

BRIEF-MTN Group appoints of new group CEO

* JSE: MTN - appointment of new MTN Group President & Chief Executive Officer and other appointments

MTN to more than double spending in Nigeria this fiscal year

JOHANNESBURG, June 15 MTN Group will more than double capital spending in Nigeria in the 2016 fiscal year, it said, days after agreeing to pay a heavily reduced penalty to settle a regulatory dispute with the west African country.

INTERVIEW-MTN Group's chairman says Nigerian unit to pay SIM cards fine

JOHANNESBURG, June 10 MTN Group's Nigeria unit will be responsible for paying the entire $1.67 billion fine in a settlement with the Nigerian government over unregistered SIM cards, its executive chairman said on Friday.

BRIEF-MTN says agreed to pay 330 bln naira to Nigeria to settle fine

* jse: mtn - update to shareholders on nigerian fine and withdrawal of cautionary announcement

MTN Group sees pressure on profit margins in South Africa, Nigeria

JOHANNESBURG, May 25 MTN Group expects earnings to be under pressure for the rest of the year in its two main markets Nigeria and South African market, the company said on Wednesday, citing a weak exchange rate in Africa's biggest economy.

MTN's chairman to stay on to deal with Nigerian fine

JOHANNESBURG, May 11 MTN Group's interim executive chairman is to stay on in his role while he continues to try and settle the dispute with Nigeria over a $3.9 billion fine imposed on the South African telecoms company, its spokesman said on Thursday.

BRIEF-S&P says MTN Group affirmed at 'BBB-' and 'zaAA-' on measures to address pending fine;outlook negative

* MTN Group affirmed at 'BBB-' and 'zaAA-' on measures to address pending fine;outlook negative

BRIEF-MTN says notes reports from Nigeria about NCC fine

* MTN Group has noted reports out of Nigeria about fine imposed on MTN Nigeria by Nigerian Communications Commission

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