International relations & co-operation minister Naledi Pandor has come out in support of MTN, which is facing an investigation by authorities in Ghana for allegedly avoiding its tax obligations.

Speaking after a briefing with the mobile network operator, Pandor said some African governments were making it difficult for SA companies to operate in their countries...

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