The Money Show
07 March 2018
Rob Shuter, MTN’s Group CEO discusses the issues the group faced this financial season and plan to focus more on streaming and instant messaging to stay ahead. Prof Wiseman Nkuhlu, KPMG South Africa’s Chairman talk about the auditing company’s status report on turning the company around after it had been tainted by state capture saga.
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