How we performed in 2016

In the face of macro-economic challenges that led to demand and currency volatility, Nampak delivered improved trading results for 2016.



Group
revenue up

11%

Earnings per
share

11%

Headline earnings
per share

48%

Concluded
R1.7 billion
South African property sale and leaseback

Net increase in cash of R4.2 billion versus decrease of R1.5 billion in prior year.

 

Revenue from the Rest of Africa up

26%

Contribution to group trading income 52%

Reduced net gearing from

72% to 49%

Abnormal foreign exchange losses in Nigeria and Angola of R681 million due to in-country dollar shortages
Cash extraction from Rest of Africa up from 59% to

77%

Recorded
R186 million
swing in Glass's profitability

Nampak apprenticeships increased by 18% to

176

Employed

26

graduates

Achieved LTIFR of

0.48

against the target of 0.50

Recycled 59 000 tonnes of glass

Cut water consumption by

7%

9% reduction in CO2 emissions per R million revenue

Corporate social investment spend of

R8.5 million

In South Africa and a further R1.0 million in Rest of Africa.