Posted on :
6 Jun, 2016
6 Jun, 2016
The Video Entertainment segment of Naspers is a broad-based multinational media group headquartered in South Africa and Dubai with principal operations in pay television and video entertainment. The group operates in almost 50 countries in Africa. Its holding company, Naspers, is listed on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) and has an ADR listing on the London Stock Exchange (LSE). International investors account for around 50% of its shareholder base.
An African platform operator, Video Entertainment’s expertise lies distributing media products, creating media content and selling advertising. Its key areas of operations are:
Operating in the majority of African countries, Video Entertainment is the leading Pay TV provider in most of the key African markets. Its strategy is to offer the best local and international content across multiple platforms to customers wherever they are.
The group’s strength lies in its focus on local language and culture, its entrepreneurial spirit and the quality of its workforce. Over the years Video Entertainment has built a successful track record of identifying trends early, adapting them for the markets in which it operates and leveraging them to maximum advantage. The group generates revenues mainly by collecting subscription fees, with a moderate contribution from advertising revenue. Its key objectives are to:
HR Manager: Organisational Development
COE: Organisational Development
Level / Salary
Headcount Support Model
Direct Reports: Not Applicable
Support Provided to
Video Entertainment Group
GM: COE, HRM: Organisational Development; HRM: Business Partner; HR Business Partner
Based in South Africa, Johannesburg
Purpose of the Position:
The role will be required to deliver on the Group Human Resources strategy through the development of Change Enablement initiatives. This requires the incumbent to build change enablement capacity throughout the business.
Key Performance Objectives
Development of Change Enablement initiatives
Experience / Skills
Behavioural Competencies (List the key behavioral competencies)