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MTN gives its customers free access to Wikipedia

Kigali, Rwanda – June 3, 2014 – MTN Rwanda announced a new partnership today with the Wikimedia Foundation, the non-profit organization that operates Wikipedia and its sister projects.

Digitisation of teaching and learning takes centre stage as MTN employees volunteer in local communities

Kigali – Volunteers from MTN Rwanda will again cast the spotlight on the digitisation of teaching and learning, when the company’s annual employee volunteer programme, 21 Days of Y’ello Care kicks off on 2 June.

MTN Rwanda adds the most affordable insurance to Mobile Money services in partnership with Ascoma and Prime Life Assurance.

MTN Rwanda has partnered with Ascoma and Prime Life Assurance to launch MTN LifeCare, a life insurance policy which MTN customers can subscribe to through MTN Mobile Money services. Rwandans can buy MTN LifeCare life insurance for RWF4,525 to 21,625 per year which will provide life benefits of RWF250,000 to RWF1,250,000 respectively.

MTN makes it onto World Champions list

Johannesburg – MTN Group has been named as the only South African company on the World Champions list. The list, compiled by analysts from American multinational financial services company, Citi Group, names global companies dominating their respective industries.

MTN Partners with Tele10 through Mobile Money

MTN Rwanda today announced their partnership with Tele10 which will enable customers to pay their DStv, Canal+ and GOtv subscriptions through MTN Mobile Money.

MTN Rwanda title sponsor of Kigali Peace Marathon

MTN Rwanda yesterday announced that they partnered with the Rwandan Athletic Federation to become the official title sponsor of the Kigali Peace Marathon slated for Sunday May 18th 2014, kicking-off at Stade Amahoro in Remera.

MTN remembers President Mandela

Johannesburg – The MTN Group conveys its heartfelt condolences to the Mandela family, and the people of South Africa and the world on the passing away of former President Nelson Mandela yesterday.