Naspers shares were severely affected on Tuesday by gaming company's Tencent Holdings' announcement that minors will not be allowed to use its virtual currency. Naspers owns 35% of Tencent. Naspers shares plummeted on the JSE yesterday, falling 5.71% to R262.60 by late afternoon. Read more: Fin24
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