Naspers Has $8 Billion for Deals With Online Education a Target

BloombergQuint | April 10, 2020

Naspers Has $8 Billion for Deals With Online Education a Target
Naspers spun off its international internet businesses into Amsterdam-listed Prosus NV last year, with the Cape Town-based company retaining a majority shareholding. The jewel in its crown is a 31% stake in Tencent Holdings Ltd., China’s biggest company, which it backed as a startup. The company also has interests in food delivery, fintech and classified advertising as well as other online-focused

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See how tech in the classroom can help students get ahead and prepare them for the workplace of the future.The vast and enticing virtual universe offered up by technology provides a colorful, trendy, fast paced environment for everyone—including students using technology in the classroom.