Naspers internet head Roux dies

25 Jun 2012

Naspers internet head Roux dies

Antonie Roux (54), head of Naspers’ worldwide internet operations since Apr. 2011, died in a hospital in Germany over the weekend. He reportedly had pancreatic cancer. He was uncharacteristically unresponsive to media enquiries in recent months, so he might have been ill for a while. Roux joined the Naspers group in 1979 and was a founding member of M-Net in 1985. In 1997 he was appointed CE
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Christo Volschenk joined the AIM Group as a researcher and writer in 2007. He brings more than 28 years of experience in business journalism to the team, the last 16... more...