Naspers internet head Roux dies

25 Jun 2012
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

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 years focused on e-commerce. In addition to working closely with the AIM Group, Christo is also a freelance journalist and online editor. Before branching out on his own, he spent 15 years with Naspers in South Africa where he worked as journalist, economics editor and online project manager. He now spends most his day supporting the consultants of AIM Group as researcher and writer from an office in Stuttgart, Germany. His editorial focus is Europe, Middle East and Africa.