MTN CEO Rob Shuter. Picture: FREDDY MAVUNDA
MTN CEO Rob Shuter. Picture: FREDDY MAVUNDA

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%.

MTN group CEO Rob Shuter joined Business Day TV to discuss the pressure it faces in SA and how it is dealing with it.

MTN group CEO Rob Shuter talks to Business Day TV about the company’s interim results and the pressure it faces in SA

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