Johannesburg – Mauritius-listed nutraceutical Go Life listed on the JSE’s Alternative Exchange on Wednesday.

Its opening share price of 50c gave it a market capitalisation of R385 million under the code GLI.

The listing was a bid to broaden its investor base and afford international investors the opportunity to invest, grow awareness of its products and enable international investors to support its growth, its pre-listing statement says.

The company recently announced its pending debut and said it was seeking the inward listing on the JSE’s junior bourse after earlier this year buying the 78 percent it didn’t own in Go Life Health Products (Go LifeSA), which holds Gotha Health Products.

“Go Life International was established to leverage the strength of existing South African nutraceutical companies, Go Life SA and to drive the presence of the South African products and brands across the global nutraceutical market.”

Gotha Health Products, a subsidiary of Go Life International, has been active in promoting health support products since 2005.