A speedy exit from Nigeria on favourable terms to shareholders is likely to give Nampak’s share price a boost, a top analyst has predicted. 

While the company has made strides in its turnaround strategy — with an oversubscribed rights issue and a raft of measures to deal with its debt pile — according to market pundit Anthony Clark of Smalltalkdaily, the sale of its Nigerian assets would ultimately boost confidence in the share...

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