MTN reported substantial increases in in its financial year results which for the year ended 31 December. The telecommunications giant faced a tough year but were able to keep shareholders happy. MTN reported an 85.2 per cent increase in group headline earnings per share to 565 cents. The board declared a 325 cents per share dividend. CNBC Africa’s Fifi Peters spoke with Rob Shutter, the CEO of MTN.
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