Its headline earnings per share, a profit measure, from continuing operations dropped to 119 US cents for the year ended 31 March, from 547c posted a year ago.
Naspers, which has its global investments housed in Amsterdam-listed Prosus, draws over two-thirds of its revenue from Tencent.
Its investment in Tencent, where it holds over a fourth of the company, also masks losses Naspers makes on an array of investments spanning 100 countries and businesses ranging from online classifieds to food delivery, fintech to education.
It posted revenue of $6.8bn and its losses from e-commerce businesses including classifieds, fintech and food delivery came to $639m.
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