Johannesburg - Shares of MTN Group [JSE:MTN] gained 0.5% to
R129.60, rising for the first time in three sessions, having been hammered
after Turkish rival Turkcell filed a suit in a US court charging the mobile
operator of using bribery and other corrupt practices to win a licence in Iran.
Shares of MTN fell more than 7% in the previous three
sessions, and briefly hit their lowest level since September.