SAB Corporate Social Investment

SAB’s corporate social investment strategy comprises of three key elements:

  • Flagship programmes. To read more, go to: Prosper
  • Soul programmes
  • Employee volunteerism

SAB’s ‘soul’ investment involves ad hoc donations and support for disasters and humanitarian relief. A budget is allocated to address welfare issues and is purely an outreach response to day-to-day requests for donations and disaster relief.

We also encourage employee volunteerism, allowing employees to actively play their part by being able to apply for funding of certain projects or by participating in company funded CSI days .

Corporate Social Investment

Carving out a more Resilient...

Mon Feb 1 2016

SAB is tackling sustainability at a fundamental level with activities and programmes that form part of... Read More »

Corporate Social Investment

Tavern Talks – Swinkie’s...

Tue Oct 20 2015

Swinkie’s Tavern owner, Kedibone, discusses how she improves the lives of those in her community. Read More »

Corporate Social Investment

Waste Management Unit...

Fri Oct 16 2015

The winner of the Social Innovation Awards is a Low-cost insect production unit for animal feed by Khepri... Read More »

Corporate Social Investment

Tavern Talks –...

Fri Oct 16 2015

We interview a local Tembisa tavern owner to discuss his methods for ensuring responsible drinking. Read More »