Naspers, the biggest investor in Chinese tech giant Tencent, is spinning off its main Internet businesses in Amsterdam in a push to boost its value.
Naspers wants to spend about $1-billion in India this year as it scours the globe for investments that can replicate its blockbuster bet on China’s Tencent, a person familiar with the matter said.
Tencent Holdings’ quiet recovery has turned dramatic, leaving traders to wonder whether there’s a hidden reason behind the stock’s latest leg up.
The communications regulator has expressed “concern” that the listing of MultiChoice Group went ahead on Wednesday “even though there is a complaint before its complaints and compliance committee”.
MultiChoice Group made its market debut in Johannesburg on Wednesday morning as a JSE Top40 company with a market capitalisation of about R44-billion shortly after 9am.
Uber Technologies is in talks to sell its Uber Eats operations in India to rival Swiggy, less than two years after it entered the country’s competitive food-delivery business, according to a person familiar with the negotiations.
Naspers on Tuesday warned South Africans about a scam, in which criminals are trying to dupe people out of their money using the company’s name.