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Naspers rallies to new record high

Naspers shares rallied to an all-time high on Monday amid continued optimism over the growth prospects of its Chinese affiliate, Tencent. The share touched a new high of R2 873.93 in afternoon trade on the JSE, before

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Naspers CEO awarded $10.4m in options

Naspers has awarded CEO Bob Van Dijk $10.4m in long-term share options as Africa’s biggest company by market value seeks to boost its global Internet businesses amid declining profit at the sub-Saharan

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Naspers looks for growth beyond Tencent

Naspers will approach investors in the US and the UK next week about a bond issue as Africa’s biggest company by market value continues its acquisition-hungry quest to expand its Internet businesses. The proceeds for the bond will shore

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Call for Naspers to unbundle Tencent

Albert Saporta, a director of Geneva-based investment advisory firm AIM&R has written an open letter to Naspers CEO Bob van Dijk accusing him of destroying R334bn of shareholder value since his appointment more than three years ago

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ShowMax seeking new telco partnerships

Naspers, Africa’s biggest company by market value, is seeking partnerships with mobile phone operators on the continent to boost its video-on-demand business and help compete with US giant Netflix. The owner of Africa’s biggest pay-TV provider

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Naspers sees education as new growth market

Naspers plans to expand in education software as Africa’s biggest company by market value searches for a repeat of the profitable bet it made on China’s Tencent. The owner of Africa’s biggest pay-television

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The 81 CEOs who pledged support for Pravin

In a dramatic move of support for Pravin Gordhan, 81 CEOs pledged support for the finance minister days before he presents his mini budget and a week before he appears in court on fraud charges. “We stand as one for the rule

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Naspers sells Allegro for R46bn

Cinven, Permira and Mid Europa Partners agreed to buy Naspers’s Polish online auction site Allegro for almost US$3,3bn (R46,4bn), taking on rivals such as eBay in the Eastern European country

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Naspers hikes CEO’s pay as profit rises

Naspers increased the compensation of CEO Bob van Dijk by 5% as the company prepares to further boost its international Internet business in the face of falling pay-television customers in sub-Saharan Africa. Van Dijk was paid US$1,67m

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Pay-TV pressures weigh on Naspers

Naspers is seeking to further boost its international Internet business as it grapples with falling pay-television subscription numbers in sub-Saharan Africa. The company, which usually spends half a billion dollars

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