MTN South Africa’s CEO, Ahmad Farroukh, will soon step down for personal reasons.
The African telecoms giant has also experienced a share drop as a strike by its 2000 employees enters its seventh week.
We interviewed Dobek Pater, Telecoms Analyst at Africa Analysis.
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His resignation is a surprise, but I don’t think it’ll have a material impact on the company.— Dobek Pater, Telecoms Analyst at Africa Analysis
This article first appeared on 702 : What now for strike-pummeled MTN after CEO quits due to “personal reasons”?