The JSE share price of Nampak fell by more than 15% on January 30, after the company revealed to shareholders that it was still planning a significant capital raise, although lower than the previously planned R2-billion. In a business update and trading statement, the company said it had achieved revenue growth in excess of 20% for the first quarter relative to the comparative period last year, supported by increases across most of the group’s beverage can businesses and a moderate recovery at DivFood.