In an interview with SABC News, Multichoice CEO Calvo Mawela discussed why consumers aren’t allowed to pick and choose from their favourite channels.
Naspers among world’s best-performing tech firms. The great Gupta robbery. Eskom CEO out. Pope Francis says sorry. CNN receives death threats. Japanese volcano/ avalanche. Paris has massive rat problem. Spacey cost Netflix big time. Jimmy Carr’s NZ joke criticised. Princess Eugenie engaged.
We’re not saying it’s going to be easy, but if you can climb the ladder at Naspers you’ll be taking home a decent pay packet. The bonuses aren’t bad either.
Takelot is really hammering its competitors, with the latest numbers showing the e-commerce site only increasing in popularity.
For a long time DStv ruled the roost and no one could touch them, although it looks like that free ride is coming to an end.
Naspers goes hard at online travel. Ads coming to FB Messenger. Amnesty for SA tax dodgers. ANC members warned off Facebook. Trump’s debt and womanising exposed. Another US shooting rampage. Adam Johnson’s girlfriend leaves him. Canada’s child sex-doll trial.
Naspers has got its international investment game on point – and just upped its stakes in the third largest online classifieds company.
Naspers to launch own Netflix. Panayiotou’s case gets worse. North Korea executes cabinet head. Sweden to drop Assange inquiry. New MH370 theory. 3 more Cosby accusers. Jeb Bush worse than Trump? Spoilt kid burns Ferrari. Kylie Jenner bikini.
As February 12 and his State Of The Nation address nears Jacob Zuma is getting plenty of advice. Whether or not he listens to any of it is up for debate.
ANC is trying to control everything, including freedom of speech…See what Naspers have to say about that.
And there you were thinking you are lost in the wilderness down here at the bottom of Africa, where no-one will ever notice your silly little app. Wrong – we are actually quite a powerhouse – check it out. Look, granted, the behemoth Naspers is behind our Top Three status, but listen up, there’s more. […]
South African media company Naspers could teach its US counterparts a thing or two…
Internet firms Alibaba and Tencent are among 10 other companies shortlisted to set up private banks in China.
Forbes lists the outgoing Naspers CEO, Koos Bekker, as having an estimated net worth of $1.1 billion. They rank him as the 24th wealthiest person in Africa. There’s one important fact that you should consider when looking at his net worth, he is a self made billionaire.
One of South Africa’s greatest entrepreneurs, Koos Bekker, is stepping down as CEO of Naspers, a company he helped build into the monster it is today. Click for more, as well as our interview with Koos.
Die Burger has reported that a freelance journalist named Alan Bowen fell from the 26th floor of the Naspers building in the early hours of this morning. His body was discovered in the parking area below.
Koos Bekker’s Naspers is doing very, very well. Thanks for asking. And it’s all on the back of TenCent, and a weak Rand. This, from Fin24: At 10:22, Naspers shares, which gained over 80% this year, were changing hands at a new record high of R1010.98, tracking a surge in Tencent shares in Hong Kong. […]
Chinese Company Tencent is bigger than YouTube, LinkedIn and Twitter combined, with a market capitalization of $57 billion. It is also the company that makes billions of rands each year for Naspers and Koos Bekker.
What does Vodacom/Naspers Partnership mean? Guess who tried to sign Schumacher. Snapchat turn down massive offer. Someone stole Nic Cage’s ‘sex photos.’ Opium cultivation soars to record highs. Hawks investigate ongoing Krejcir-related deaths.
With Naspers’ shares increasing nearly 90% in the last year, their ever-present investment in Chinese company Ten Cent makes Multichoice look like chicken feed.
The newest kid on the personal communication app scene is WeChat. Having burst on to the global market after a lengthy incubation in China, the Tencent-owned startup is proving to be one of China’s most promising players on the tech scene, and it is threatening to take Whatsapp’s lunch money.
One of 2oceansvibe’s favourite South Africans and former guest, Koos Bekker, conducted an interview with Summit TV and featured on BDlive. Click through to see what Koos has to say about newspapers, digital media, Naspers, their operations in China, and acquisitions.
Naspers CEO Koos Bekker visited the 2oceansvibe Radio studio on Wednesday morning, on the “Hard Willi” show with Richard Hardiman and Lindsay Williams. Prompted by our own questions, as well as tweets coming in from listeners, Koos covered a range of topics, from radio and print media, to the local and international online landscape. Besides being a […]