Naspers will pay out just more than R1.6bn in dividends for its past financial year, after the unwinding of a complex cross-holding structure between the group and international unit Prosus.

The structure was set up in 2021 via a share swap deal under which Prosus issued shares to buy just more than 45% of Naspers, effectively moving part of Naspers from Johannesburg to the Euronext in Amsterdam...

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