1. EXPLAINER: Naspers is listing Europe's biggest consumer internet firm today  Fin24
  2. Naspers takes Tencent stake out of Africa with Prosus listing  Moneyweb.co.za
  3. Naspers is not running away from South Africa  Daily Maverick
  4. 7 things you need to know today  IOL
  5. Naspers Sets $105 Billion Value for Assets Including Tencent  Bloomberg
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Brand-new company Prosus, which now owns all of Naspers’ international internet assets, will make its debut on the Euronext bourse in Amsterdam.Brand-new company Prosus, which now owns all of Naspers’ international internet assets, will make its debut on the Euronext bourse in Amsterdam.

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South African e-commerce group Naspers is listing its global empire of consumer internet assets under the name of Prosus on Wednesday - and the jewel in the crown is a 31% stake in Chinese tech titan Tencent. The spin-off in Amsterdam marks the end of an era for Naspers as it looks to move beyond theSouth African e-commerce group Naspers is listing its global empire of consumer internet assets under the name of Prosus on Wednesday - and the jewel in the crown is a 31% stake in Chinese tech titan Tencent. The spin-off in Amsterdam marks the end of an era for Naspers as it looks to move beyond the

Naspers takes Tencent stake out of Africa with Prosus listing

Listing will reduce the group’s index weighting on the JSE and create a new platform to attract broader demandListing will reduce the group’s index weighting on the JSE and create a new platform to attract broader demand

Such is the level of cynicism in South Africa currently that any company taking its wares to the international markets is viewed with suspicion. Some people wonder whether Naspers’ motives for its listing in Amsterdam isn’t motivated more by greed than anything else.Such is the level of cynicism in South Africa currently that any company taking its wares to the international markets is viewed with suspicion. Some people wonder whether Naspers’ motives for its listing in Amsterdam isn’t motivated more by greed than anything else.

Naspers is not running away from South Africa