MTN Uganda
2:10
Feb 15, 2019

Uganda deports MTN CEO

Wim Vanhelleputte has been forced to leave Uganda and MTN says it "has not been notified of the grounds for the deportation".

3:30
Jan 24, 2019

Uganda deportations another blow to MTN

MTN's woes in its African operations continue, as three MTN Uganda senior managers have been arrested and deported.

2:20
Aug 17, 2018

Uganda wants MTN to list locally before licence extension

The country asks MTN Uganda to list some of its shares on the local stock exchange as a condition for renewing its operating licence.

2:20
Jul 9, 2018

MTN Uganda says govt raided its data centre

MTN Uganda claims government security personnel raided its data centre and disconnected four of its servers.

1:20
Nov 19, 2015

R9.3m Ugandan fine adds to MTN woes

MTN faces yet another fine, this time in Uganda, but the telecoms giant says it is appealing the judgement by a Ugandan commercial court.

1:10
Apr 24, 2013

Former MTN Uganda exec imprisoned

Richard Mwami, the operator's former business manager and head of public access, is incarcerated on charges of embezzlement.

1:00
Mar 15, 2013

MTN execs cleared of tax evasion

Uganda's director of public prosecutions withdraws the tax evasion case against MTN CEO Sifiso Dabengwa and other executives.

3:00
Jan 7, 2013

MTN Uganda to pioneer LTE

Uganda is set to become the first country in East Africa to launch a commercial fourth-generation network.

2:10
Dec 14, 2012

Judge dismisses MTN tax evasion charge

A Ugandan High Court judge throws out criminal summons against senior management and MTN Uganda directors.

2:20
Jun 3, 2010

MTN Uganda service takes off

Fundamo and MTN Uganda see huge demand for their mobile money service and expect to have 3.5 million customers by 2012.

1:30
Nov 20, 2009

MTN Uganda turns to data

With slowing ARPUs, the mobile giant will use Internet access as its next money-spinner.

1:30
Jul 25, 2006

MTN ups Ugandan stake

MTN has increased its stake in its Ugandan operation by buying out a 13% stake for R384.7 million.

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