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Naspers Ltd (NPNJn.J)

NPNJn.J on Johannesburg Stock Exchange

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14 Dec 2018
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Fri, Nov 30 2018

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Losses at Naspers' e-commerce unit narrow but Tencent still dominates

JOHANNESBURG South African internet giant Naspers reported a sharp narrowing of losses at its e-commerce unit on Friday, boosting chief executive Bob van Dijk's efforts to cut the company's dependence on its Chinese money spinner Tencent .

UPDATE 2-Losses at Naspers' e-commerce unit narrow but Tencent still dominates

* Results boosted by robust showing from Tencent (Adds detail about e-commerce unit)

South Africa's Naspers H1 profit jumps 39 pct

JOHANNESBURG, Nov 30 South African media and e-commerce giant Naspers reported a 39 percent jump in half-year profit on Friday, thanks to a strong performance in its investment in China's Tencent.

UPDATE 1-South Africa's rand lifted by dovish Fed comments, stocks fall

JOHANNESBURG, Nov 29 South Africa's rand firmed against a softer dollar on Thursday, in line with emerging markets and a fall in bond yields, as dovish comments from U.S. Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell boosted demand for riskier assets.

South Africa's Naspers sees higher first-half core headline profit

South African media and e-commerce giant Naspers Ltd said on Monday it expects first-half core headline earnings per share to be between 35 percent and 43 percent higher than a year earlier.

South Africa's Naspers sees higher first-half core headline profit

Nov 19 South African media and e-commerce giant Naspers Ltd said on Monday it expects first-half core headline earnings per share to be between 35 percent and 43 percent higher than a year earlier.

S.Africa's competition watchdog rules SABC, Multichoice deal a merger

JOHANNESBURG, Nov 12 South Africa's competition watchdog has ruled that a distribution deal between MultiChoice, Naspers' pay-TV business and the country's public broadcaster in 2013 constituted a notifiable merger.

UPDATE 1-S.Africa's rand falls on subdued risk sentiment; stocks down

* Naspers down nearly 3 percent tracking Tencent (Updates levels, add quotes)

Breakingviews - Naspers’ Vision Fund-lite carries less baggage

LONDON (Reuters Breakingviews) - As the world investment spotlight illuminated Riyadh last month, bosses of limelight-shunning Naspers stayed at home to unveil plans to pour $315 million into South African tech startups. That’s small compared to SoftBank’s $93 billion Vision Fund, powered in part by Saudi petrodollars. But the emerging market internet giant’s quietly-quietly $8 billion tech war chest is still worth watching.

UPDATE 2-South Africa's rand recovers as firms pledge $20 bln investment

* Stocks end another week lower, Naspers slumps (Updates figures and quotes)

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