Investors wanted someone from outside of MTN with telecoms experience.— Loni Prinsloo, Bloomberg
MTN Group named Vodafone Group’s Rob Shuter as CEO, turning to a seasoned executive to lead Africa’s biggest mobile-phone company following the settlement of a record fine in Nigeria.
Shuter, a South African who leads Vodafone’s European cluster as CEO, will start by 1 July 2017, MTN said in a statement on Monday.
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Bloomberg News Johannesburg journalist Loni Prinsloo.
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Large investors wanted a South African.— Loni Prinsloo, Bloomberg
Small business guru Pavlo Phitidis discusses the techniques, how they work and how to get them right.
Personal finance guru Warren Ingram explains what money market accounts are and the difference between various ETFs.
Bruce Whitfield interviews public speaking superstar Vusi Thembekwayo, who says “Dear 2016: we are glad you are over”.
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviews Mupita about his life and his exciting (and challenging!) new job at MTN.
The second most complained about company was JD Group with Vodacom coming in third.
MTN's culture makes it unsurprising that this has happened, says First Avenue Investment Management’s Hlelo Giyose.