Statement re: xenophobic violence in Africa

Tuesday, April 28th, 2015

SABMiller and our South African business, SAB (South African Breweries), condemn the xenophobia-fuelled violence in South Africa and retaliatory attacks that have occurred in other parts of the continent. Africa’s enormous and richly diverse population is one of the most multicultural of any continent; this should be celebrated not used by a tiny minority as an excuse for violence.

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