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Analysts agree: MTN is one of the best investments on the JSE

(Also read the following related article: “Why you should invest in Sasol, Aspen and MTN”)

MTN, with 215-million customers, is one of the world’s largest mobile phone companies.

Operating out of Johannesburg, it serves clients in markets as diverse as South Africa, Nigeria, Iran and Ghana.

Less than a month ago Clive Ramathibela-Smith, Chief Investment Officer at Clivera, suggested investors should look at MTN.

Now Lehumo Capital MD Maudi Lentsoane is joining the choir…

Listen to the audio for more detail (including analysis on “Adapt IT” and “Super Group Limited”).


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