It would be interesting to speculate how many people who, after reading the Prosus and Naspers results for the year to March, are thinking the same thing: would Warren Buffett invest in either company?
Author Adriaan Kruger
The Interdepartmental Fintech Working Group has just released a draft of its policy position paper on crypto assets. Proposals aim to severely limit anonymous transactions in online.
Figures and estimates show that independent power producers and corporate installations are close to generating as much electricity as one of Eskom’s modern power stations.
Prosus has been accused of “selling down” and trying to depress the share price of its rival Takeaway.com in the fight to gain control of Just Eat.
Prosus may be a bit late with its offer to buy Just Eat: Takeaway.com and Just Eat announced their proposed transaction at the beginning of August and have already published a schedule of events to finalise it.
A new report proves what everybody already knows: businesses cannot operate without electricity and without operating businesses the economy cannot grow.
Not all shareholders are perfectly happy with Naspers at the moment, which made the group’s AGM on Friday a livelier affair than usual.
Few people bother to read the lengthy legal documents when signing a new cellular contract, opening a bank account or signing up for a new e-mail address. They should.