Naspers’s Prosus business, which it plans to list in Amsterdam in September after getting shareholder approval to do so, grew net profit by nearly a third in the first quarter to end-June.

On Friday, investors voted in favour of the plan to list Prosus on the Euronext exchange — a move partly aimed at reducing Naspers’s gaping valuation discount relative to the value of its assets.

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