Listed technology investor Naspers will donate R1.5bn in emergency aid to the government’s response to the Covid-19 crisis.

The Cape Town-based group will contribute R500m to the Solidarity Response Fund announced by President Ramaphosa last week, and R1bn to be used to buy personal protective equipment and other medical supplies from  China — in partnership with the Chinese government and Tencent — to support SA’s health workers...

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