MTN promoted finance head Ralph Mupita, who describes himself as a problem solver, to the top job on Wednesday — a move met by investors with a collective nod of approval.

Shares in MTN jumped as much as 3.5% before trimming gains to trade at 1.41% higher by the close, outperforming rival Vodacom, which was barely changed. ..

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