Naspers said on Friday that it will invest R1.4-billion to help South African technology entrepreneurs grow their start-ups and will invest R4.6-billion over the next three years in the local technology sector.
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Naspers has announced a management shake-up at MultiChoice, with the creation of a new MultiChoice Group business (formerly Naspers Video Entertainment), which will be headed by Calvo Mawela.
Discarded by its globe-trotting parent Naspers after more than three decades, African pay-television heavyweight MultiChoice Group is facing an uncertain future.
Naspers CEO Bob van Dijk, together with Naspers video entertainment CEO Imtiaz Patel and MultiChoice South Africa CEO Calvo Mawela, held a media call on Tuesday morning to discuss the plan to unbundle MultiChoice. Listen to it here.
TechCentral’s interview with Naspers CEO Bob van Dijk and letgo co-founder Alec Oxenford was the website’s most popular podcast in August 2018, according to statistics from platform partner iono.fm.
In this episode of the podcast, Naspers CEO Bob van Dijk returns to the show, this time with Naspers Ventures CEO Larry Illg, to talk about the group’s global technology investments and strategies.
Naspers will invest a further $500-million into US mobile classifieds platform letgo. Duncan McLeod interviews Naspers CEO Bob van Dijk and letgo co-founder Alex Oxenford about the investment.
Naspers is considering the listing of certain parts of its sprawling global media and technology business outside South Africa as the continent’s largest company by market value seeks to reduce its size.