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It owns a 19.2% stake in Times Media Group and a 17.2% stake in Naspers, which in turn owns Media 24.
The South African multi-national media and internet group Naspers joins existing investors Tiger Global and Jabbar Internet Group through a minority interest.
Many Naspers / MIH Internet businesses-such as Tencent, Mail.Ru and Allegro-hold leading market positions in their respective territories.
18 August 2010 - Fitch set on Tuesday a final BBB- rating to the USD700m (EUR543.2m) senior unsecured notes of Myriad International Holdings BV, which are fully and unconditionally guaranteed by the parent, South African media company Naspers (JNB:NPN).
Tencent is 31% owned by Top 40-listed media firm Naspers Ltd.
Summary: New Delhi [India], June 21 (ANI): Swiggy has announced execution of definitive agreements to raise USD 210 million in Series G funding led by existing investor Naspers and new investor DST Global.
Naspers announced the sale of its 11.18% stake in Indian ecommerce company Flipkart, to US-based retailer Walmart for $2.2B, representing an IRR of approximately 32%.
3 April 2018 - South African Internet and entertainment group Naspers (LSE: NPN) has closed the purchase 22,359,857 shares of Germany-based online food delivery service Delivery Hero AG (ETR: DHER) stock from Rocket Internet SE for EUR 660m (USD 775m) at a price of EUR 29.50 per share, the group said.
Our top-ranked company this year is South African media conglomerate Naspers, with a market capi- talisation of $91bn, up a massive $30bn from last year.
We've already considered South Africa's biggest companies in the introduction (see pages 46-49) and have discussed Naspers' remarkable success with its Chinese investments.
London: Fitch Ratings has affirmed Naspers Limited's Long-Term foreign currency Issuer Default Rating (IDR) at 'BB+' and Short-Term foreign currency IDR at 'B'.
South African stocks declined greater 1.0 percent on Friday, led by e-commerce and media group Naspers, which was hit by a global sell-off of technology shares on concerns that valuations are over-stretched.