Bob van Dijk, CEO of Naspers and its European-listed spin-off Prosus, received remuneration of US$15.98-million, or R276-million, in the past year, according to the Naspers annual report published on Tuesday.
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Media and e-commerce group Naspers on Monday reported a 4.5% drop in profit for the year to 31 March, mainly as a result of investments to drive growth in its food delivery business.
Naspers and an investor group backed by German publisher Axel Springer are among suitors that submitted bids for eBay’s classified advertising business, according to people familiar with the matter.
Naspers remains on the lookout for acquisitions even as economies around the world grind to a halt in the face of the coronavirus pandemic.
South Africa’s largest technology and media group, Naspers, has announced it will provide R1.5-billion in emergency aid to the fight against the Covid-19 pandemic in the country.
Ka-ching! Naspers CEO Bob van Dijk just made a cool R1-billion through the sale of shares in the group. However, he intends to reinvest most of the proceeds back into the group in the form of bonds.
Naspers unlocked about R150-billion of value for shareholders through the separate listing of its Internet businesses, and with that done is now focusing on bulking up in online food deliveries.
Takeaway.com and Prosus haven’t started throwing egg rolls at each other, but they aren’t far off. With shareholders having to choose between two very different deals, the battle is turning ugly.
Naspers spin-off, Netherlands-listed Prosus, is making an audacious, R93.5-billion hostile bid to buy London-listed Just Eat.
Naspers CEO Bob van Dijk said on Wednesday that the South African consumer Internet group remains a committed member of the Libra Association, the organisation overseeing the libra cryptocurrency.