MTN faces headwinds in Nigeria, but growth in the region has helped cushion the company from slowing growth in its domestic market, where earnings were hit by a Cell-C write-off and the loss of almost 2-million subscribers.

Adjusted headline earnings grew 12% and a dividend of R1.95 has been declared, an increase of more than 11%.

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