Nampak CEO Phil Roux struck an optimistic tone going into the new financial year even as he warned about sustained low growth in key markets, particularly SA and Nigeria.

The packaging group is optimising its portfolio by cutting costs and potentially letting go of assets that undermine its ability to remain sustainably profitable...

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