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Changes at MTN Uganda: Safaricom’s Mulinge Sylvia to replace Wim Vanhelleputte

Wim Vanhelleputte who has been the MTN Uganda Chief Executive Officer is leaving MTN Uganda, MTN Group President and CEO Ralph Mupita announced on...

MTN Uganda posts solid performance driven by data & fintech

MTN Uganda has posted solid financial performance driven by data and fin tech revenue which registered double digit growth. All the other core units...

Richard Yego appointed MTN Mobile Money Uganda Managing Director

MTN Mobile Money Uganda Limited, a subsidiary of MTN Uganda Limited, has appointed Richard Yego as its Managing Director. “We are delighted...

Why Ugandans did not show interest in MTN IPO

BY Moses Kaketo For the last couple of years, MTN Uganda, the market leader with market share of 70% led several campaigns. Ugandans turned...

Is MTN –Uganda selling hot air? Once the IPO is...

Opinion By Andrew Muhimbise (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || ).push({}); On the 19th day of October 2021, I wrote a letter to...

Shilling to gain ground supported by conversions by foreign investors participating...

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || ).push({}); The Uganda shilling showed its volatile side in the recent days having endured a torrid time...

MTN share offer: The prospectus is a beautiful document, with...

By Andrew Muhimbise I read and completed the 260-page MTN-Uganda Limited prospectus. It is a beauty of a document, the high quality pictures, and the...

LYCA MOBILE: the telecom company that ‘died’ the very day it...

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || ).push({}); By Moses Kaketo January 2020, a new telecom company- Lycamobile, a UK based telecom company launched...

YOTV: Enjoy unlimited access to local TV & Radio for 30...

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || ).push({}); YoTV Channels and MTN Uganda have unveiled a first of its kind TV streaming plan. YOTV...

MTN Group speaks out on deportation of MTN Uganda CEO

MTN Group in a statement issued on Friday morning confirmed that Mr. Wim Vanhelleputte, the CEO of MTN Uganda has been deported from Uganda....
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