Bob van Dijk, the boss of Naspers, defended last week’s share-swap deal with subsidiary Prosus after criticism that SA’s most valuable company is running away from its tax responsibilities with the convoluted transaction.

"The reason why we constructed this thing the way we constructed it was to make sure that Prosus is fully in the SA tax net," Van Dijk told Business Day on Monday...

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