MTN’s share price rocketed on Monday, adding nearly R12bn to its market cap, as Africa’s largest mobile operator said payment giant Mastercard will take a minority stake in its burgeoning R100bn fintech business.

The Johannesburg-based group posted improved interim profit and announced the partnership with Mastercard, which will help it expand its suite of financial services products...

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