MTN reported a sharp decline in earnings for the year ended December, weighed down by weaker currencies, higher inflation, increased costs and consumers who are more stretched, particularly in its three largest markets — Nigeria, SA and Ghana.

Reported headline earnings per share (HEPS) were down 72.3% to 315c, with nonoperational effects having decreased HEPS by 888c.   ..

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