Tag: MTN Rwanda
Mitwa Kaemba Ng’ambi, the CEO of MTN Rwanda joined CNBC Africa unpack to the teleco’s revenue collection for the first half of 2020.
The Rwanda Development Board (RDB) hosted the 7th edition of the Business Excellence Awards in Kigali and CNBC Africa attended the event and filed this report.
On the 20th of December, just a few weeks ago, the #ConnectRwanda campaign was launched on social media by MTN Rwanda in collaboration with the Ministry of ICT and Innovation. The goal of the campaign is getting smart phones into the hands and homes of the country's most vulnerable citizens. Some 50,000 phones have been pledged so far but with a gap that consists of millions, are these efforts enough? CEO of MTN Rwanda, Mitwa Ng'ambi joins CNBC Africa for more.
In Rwanda, Members of Parliament passed a draft law that Finance Minister Uzziel Ndagijimana presented to parliament earlier this month that reduces the consumption tax rate on beers and wines made using locally produced raw materials. Also, sources have disclosed that MTN Rwanda is weighing options of acquiring stake in Korea Telecom Rwanda Network (KTRN). Julius Bizimungu, Journalist at The New Times Rwanda joins CNBC Africa for more.
Next week Kigali, Rwanda will host an event that will see over 1000 stakeholders in the Tech and Telecom space from across the continent converge to discuss what they call industry-defining topics. Last year's discussions were around inclusivity, life-enhancing services, sustainability and entrepreneurship. Ahead of this year’s event, Richard Acheampong of MTN Rwanda joins CNBC Africa.
MTN Rwanda has released its results for the year ended December 2018, that show solid performance and reported year on year growth, driven primarily by a growth in the base and the investment in the network. MTN Rwanda CEO, Bart Hofker joins CNBC Africa for more.
Well a lot has been happening in Rwanda’s telecom industry; from the merger of Tigo Rwanda, the second biggest telecom firm in the country by market share and Bharti Airtel in December 2017, to the recent announcement of a 1 per cent growth in mobile telephone subscriptions by the utilities regulator. Joining CNBC Africa for more is Bart Hopfer, CEO of MTN Rwanda.