Naspers, Africa’s most valuable company, sold €1.5bn (R24bn) worth of shares in its consumer internet subsidiary Prosus on Wednesday, intending to repatriate the proceeds to SA to buy back its own shares.

The sale of the shares in Prosus comes amid high levels of investor interest in the group, Naspers said.

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