Tag: Ralph Mupita

MTN sticks to dividend but warns capex may be lower due to COVID-19 concerns

Africa's largest telecoms company says it's monitoring the impact of Covid-19 lockdowns in its key markets, which include South Africa and Nigeria. It’s also grappling with the crash in the oil price which has soured investor sentiment towards the stock. MTN CFO, Ralph Mupita joins CNBC Africa for more.

MTN on revenue growth, data prices & the relaunch of mobile money service

MTN reported muted revenue growth laying the blame on consumers being in a current difficult position. CNBC Africa's Fifi Peters spoke to MTN CFO, Ralph Mupita, about a way forward for the company and how they dealing with regulators pushing for cheaper prices.

MTN Group CFO: Market conditions not yet conducive for Nigeria IPO

MTN GROUP CFO, Ralph Mupita says market conditions are not yet conducive for the telco’s anticipated Nigeria IPO. He joined CNBC Africa’s Fifi Peters to discuss full year earnings, impact of oil market volatility as well as strategies.

How MTN plans to deal with the oil crash, COVID-19

CNBC Africa's Fifi Peters spoke with MTN CFO, Ralph Mupita about the company’s full year results which saw a 9.7 per cent growth in its revenue boosted by a 12.6 per cent increase in Nigeria and 22.9 per cent in Ghana.

MTN Group CFO Ralph Mupita outlines 5G rollout plans for Africa

In a conversation, MTN Group CFO, Ralph Mupita outlined telcos plans to roll out 5G as well as touch on matters that have been making headlines in the East African region. He caught up with CNBC Africa's Kopano Gumbi for more.

MTN CFO: Here’s why we are excited about fintech, digital opportunities across Africa

MTN has a solid set of results but a weak performance in the South African market has investors spooked. CNBC Africa's Kopano Gumbi spoke with MTN Group CFO Ralph Mupita for more.

MTN committed to Nigerian IPO, says CFO Ralph Mupita

MTN’s CFO Ralph Mupita in an exclusive interview with CNBC Africa says Africa’s largest telecoms operator is committed to Nigeria and listing there. He also discussed breaking point after being it and four banks were ordered to repatriate $8.1 billion that the authorities say was illegally sent abroad and being slapped with a $2 billion tax bill.
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