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MTN Group Ltd (MTNOY.PK)

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30 Sep 2016
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BRIEF-MTN names Adcorp unit as preferred vendor for call centres

* MTN names preferred vendor for its outsourced call centre facilities

BRIEF-MTN Nigeria says refutes allegations of improper repatriation of funds

* JSE: MTN - MTN Nigeria Strongly Refutes Allegations Of Improper Repatriation Of Funds

South Africa's MTN says facing investor pressure over lower returns

CAPE TOWN, Sept 21 South African mobile operator MTN Group said on Wednesday investors were concerned with lower returns and revenue growth despite a boom in data traffic.

BRIEF-MTN to decommission its Mobile Money service

* MTN decommissions its Mobile Money service, new financial products to launch soon

BRIEF-MTN South Africa names Enzo Scarcella as new chief operating officer

* MTN South Africa has appointed Enzo Scarcella as new chief operating officer, effective 01 December 2016. Further company coverage: (Bengaluru Newsroom: +91 80 6749 1136)

South Africa's MTN to sell $729 mln stake to black investors

JOHANNESBURG, Aug 22 South African mobile phone company MTN Group will sell shares worth 9.9 billion rand ($729 million), a 4 percent stake, to black investors to meet government quotas on black ownership.

BRIEF-MTN updates on proposed r9.9 bln broad-based empowerment transaction

* MTN - announcement relating to MTN's proposed r9.9 billion broad-based empowerment transaction

BRIEF-MTN Group says to address concerns raised by employees at meeting

* Have received a memorandum of demands from Communications Workers Union (CWU)

BRIEF-MTN says to outsource call centre facilities

* Adopted hybrid outsource model which will result in mtn retaining some call centre facilities while others are outsourced

UPDATE 1-Nigeria fine pushes MTN to first interim loss, dividend cut

JOHANNESBURG, Aug 5 Africa's biggest mobile phone operator MTN Group Ltd cut investor payouts by almost 50 percent as it reported its first-ever half-yearly loss after taking a hit from a hefty regulatory fine in Nigeria.

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