Telecoms giant MTN on Tuesday suffered a setback in its fraud case against its former executive Robert Madzonga, after the South Gauteng High Court ruled he has a right to not self-incriminate.

Madzonga previously served as MTN SA chief corporate services officer. He was suspended in 2013 after MTN began an internal investigation into allegations of misconduct and irregularities...

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