Debt-laden packaging group Nampak, which is gearing up to ask shareholders to back a R2bn rights offer, says a successful capital raise is crucial to keep its credit lifeline from suppliers of raw materials open.

Should the raise not happen, Nampak will be forced to buy inventory in cash, adding further strain to its cash flow...

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