MTN to appeal $14m licence fee ruling in Uganda
The company says it will appeal a decision by the country’s High Court ordering it to pay millions for a transitional licence
ZTE, MTN forge ahead on 5G
The companies have announced the joint launch of the first 5G SA network in East Africa.
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".
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.
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.
MTN Uganda says govt raided its data centre
MTN Uganda claims government security personnel raided its data centre and disconnected four of its servers.
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.
Former MTN Uganda exec imprisoned
Richard Mwami, the operator's former business manager and head of public access, is incarcerated on charges of embezzlement.
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.
MTN Uganda to pioneer LTE
Uganda is set to become the first country in East Africa to launch a commercial fourth-generation network.
Judge dismisses MTN tax evasion charge
A Ugandan High Court judge throws out criminal summons against senior management and MTN Uganda directors.