Jeremy Cronin has gone out of his way to use his standing in the movement to help facilitate the counter revolution, writes Thami Ntenteni.
Meesho describes itself as a "social commerce online marketplace" that lets independent build small businesses by "connecting them with suppliers to curate a catalog of goods and services to sell" over social media.
The media and internet giant is aiming to list its international internet assets on the Euronext Amsterdam exchange, with a secondary inward listing on the JSE.
Mahanyele-Dabengwa will be based in Johannesburg and report directly to the group CEO of Naspers, Bob van Dijk.
Naspers had scheduled the Prosus listing for July 17. It now plans to list in September, following a shareholders meeting in mid-August.
SweepSouth, founded in 2014, connects clients with domestic cleaners.
The Reuters Institute has named News24 as the most trusted news brand in South Africa.
Tencent plans to roll out marquee title Call of Duty Mobile to markets from the US and Europe to Latin America, accelerating efforts to plumb new avenues of growth as uncertainty grips its Chinese home market.
The South African National Editors Forum urged media companies to come up with more creative ways of rescuing their ailing businesses rather than resorting to job cuts.
Naspers says it has donated R1m in support of disaster relief and recovery efforts in flood-ravaged KwaZulu-Natal.
Naspers Chief Executive Officer Bob van Dijk has been working for years to solve a problem rivals might envy – getting investors to value his South African firm nearer to its $133bn stake in Tencent.
The couple convicted and sentenced for the murder of former financial director of Naspers Eric Wiese have a string of convictions to their name, with the man believed to be the mastermind out on parole at the time of the killing.
Naspers has announced that Phuthi Mahanyele-Dabengwa, the former executive chairperson of Sigma Capital, will lead its SA operations.
South African investors have been caught up in a dramatic contrast in the first half of 2019: a stumbling economy, but a stock market that raced to its best start in 12 years.
The group says effectively, 100% of revenues and profits are now coming from online businesses.
Naspers’s biggest shareholder is considering whether to reduce its R245bn stake in Africa’s biggest company because of concern it’s overexposed to a single stock, according to people with knowledge of the matter.
Naspers' full-year earnings have risen by as much as a third ahead of the technology group’s planned asset spinoff in Amsterdam, a move designed to reduce its dominance of Johannesburg’s stock exchange.
Naspers may be moving most of its internet businesses to a new listing in Amsterdam, but the Cape Town-based technology investor is at pains to show it’s not abandoning South Africa.
Internet and media group Naspers has announced a share exchange transaction which would see it hold shares in both Indian and Chinese online travel companies.
Naspers' Dutch listing is a positive move for the tech sector, says Alex Webb.
The JSE started the week in the green as it took a leaf from the firmer closes recorded in major Asian markets trading.
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