Naspers plans to invest a further R300m in local businesses in 2020 through its start-up arm, Naspers Foundry.

Naspers Foundry, which was created in October 2018, is sitting on almost R1.3bn after spending R130m buying SweepSouth, an Uber-style online platform providing on-demand and regular home-cleaning services in 2019, and agritech business Aerobotics. ..

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