Naspers lists Prosus, a new global consumer internet group comprising its international internet assets, on Euronext Amsterdam with a secondary, inward listing on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange in South Africa
Naspers sells its stake in Flipkart
Naspers completes sale of Tencent shares,
reducing its stake from 33,2% to 31,2%,
yielding US$9,8 billion.
Naspers increases stake in Delivery Hero, positioning the company as the largest shareholder.
Naspers leads $80m investment in India-based food ordering and delivery platform, Swiggy
Naspers invests €387 million in Delivery Hero
Amazon to Acquire SOUQ.com
Ibibo/MakeMyTrip transaction closes, creating one of the largest travel groups in India.
Deal closed on the divestment of Allegro achieving a transaction value of US$3.253bn.
Naspers enters Edtech sector with early stage investments in Brainly, Codecademy and Udemy.
Koos Bekker appointed chairman
Naspers buys majority in Avito
Naspers celebrates its 100th year, now operating in over 130 countries and markets.
Bob van Dijk appointed CEO
Naspers acquires a majority share in OLX as a foundation to build global online Classifieds business segment.
Naspers acquires Allegro and enters the B2C ecommerce segment.
2001 Naspers invests in Tencent Holdings, the start of its growth into a global internet and entertainment group.
Koos Bekker appointed CEO
Naspers listed on Johannesburg stock exchange
1997 Mweb founded, Naspers’ first internet service.
1985 Mnet founded, Naspers’ first Pay TV business.
Naspers adds book publishing to its operations and during the next 60 years grows into one of Africa's leading media groups.
Naspers is founded in Stellenbosch, South Africa to produce a Dutch language newspaper.