Telecommunications
Wireless
Information Technology

MTN Group

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About

MTN Group Ltd. engages in the provision of network information technology services. It offers broadband and Internet products and services, and converged fixed or mobile products and services. Read More The company serves local, national and international telecommunications industries. MTN Group was founded on November 23, 1994 and is headquartered in Johannesburg, South Africa. MTNOY is listed on the Pink Current market tier. OTC market data is provided by OTC Markets Group, Inc (otcmarkets.com).

Employees
18,931
Headquarters
Johannesburg, Gauteng
Founded
1994
Market Cap
11.33B
Price-Earnings Ratio
17.11
Dividend Yield
3.90
Average Volume
29.21K
High Today
$6.54
Low Today
$6.29
Open Price
$6.54
Volume
11.49K
52 Week High
$10.45
52 Week Low
$4.68

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Telecommunications
Wireless
Information Technology
Technology
Broadband
Internet
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News

Forbes23h

Mobile Central For Driving Digital And Financial Inclusion In Africa

Toby Shapshak. Having built an ecosystem to provide voice calls, cellular networks are ideally suited to provide the next wave of digital services and financial inclusion. "Mobile will be at the center of driving digital inclusion and connectivity," says Rob Shuter, Group CEO of MTN, the largest mobile operator in Africa. It seems like a logical thing for the chief executive of a network to say but his point is well made that the vast ecosystem created by mobile operators is arguably better suited to fina...

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ReutersMar 14

UPDATE 1-South Africa's MTN aims to expand local shareholding of its Ugandan unit to 20 pct - CEO

(Adds quotes, details) KAMPALA, March 14 (Reuters) - MTN Group’s Uganda unit is looking to boost local shareholding to 20 percent from 4 percent this year, the South African telecoms giant’s Chief Executive Robert Shuter said. The move to expand local ownership appears a bow to pressure from Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni who has said he would like the firm to list on the local bourse so some of the firm’s revenues stay in the country. Shuter said the firm planned to engage in discussions with authori...

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DealStreetAsiaMar 13

African unicorn Jumia files for New York IPO to raise upto $600m

Snow falls in front of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) in New York, U.S., on Wednesday, Jan. 30, 2019. U.S. stocks surged and the dollar tumbled after the Federal Reserve signaled a stark dovish turn in its latest policy statement. Photographer: Michael Nagle/Bloomberg African online retailer Jumia Technologies AG started a plan to sell shares in New York as the fast-growing Nigerian firm seeks to take advantage of rising internet access and increasing smartphone use on the continent. The company is se...

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