Tavern Talks – Mapolanka’s Place

Monday, October 12th, 2015

A Thriving World

Fuelling the Community’s Success

SAB is committed to establishing a thriving world. Through various sustainable development initiatives, SAB believes it is possible to leverage its corporate status to improve the communities in which it operates.

By creating close relationships with key community stakeholders, such as local tavern owners, SAB is able to assist in fostering economic upliftment. By helping taverns succeed, we are able to help communities succeed.

We spoke to Ananias, owner of Mapolanka’s Place in Tembisa, and got his thoughts on how his success helps improve his community.

 

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