Former MTN South Africa CEO in $1 million pay dispute with the network operator

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Former MTN South Africa CEO Ahmad Farroukh is taking his previous employer to court after the company allegedly refused to pay his severance of over R18 million.

Former MTN South Africa CEO Ahmad Farroukh is locked in a legal dispute with his former employer over more than $1 million in severance pay.

Farroukh started at Investcom in 1995 and was at MTN from when it acquired the company in 2006 until 2015 — 19 years overall. Farroukh said he received a letter from MTN executive chairman Phuthuma Nhleko telling him he did not qualify for severance.

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