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  • 04 Aug 22
    Considering the unfortunate focus that South African taverns have drawn in recent tragedies, South African Breweries Responsible Trading Programme aims to elevate the purpose and passion of over 32,000 taverns as agents of positive societal growth. As the country’s largest brewer, the South African...
  • 01 Aug 22
    As we conclude July and the celebration of Mandela Month, the South Africa Breweries (SAB) and the Department of Social Development led by MEC Motlagomang "Mamiki" Qabathe have joined forces in donating dignity bags to Gender Based Violence and Femicide (GBVF) shelters and survivors in the Free...
  • 29 Jul 22
    The South African Breweries (SAB) uses its Responsible Trading Programme – which is modelled on international best practices and principles surrounding the serving of liquor – to empower tavern owners. SAB has kicked-off its national retailer business training programme; an initiative projected to...
  • 18 Jul 22
    South African Breweries Brand Manager, Sanelisiwe Tshangana unpacks how Carling Black Label’s #NoExcuse movement provides a marker for new age of advertising. In a world beset by rampant consumerism, the average person sees up to 10 000 advertisements in a single day. It’s easy to understand why...
  • 18 Jul 22
    In one of the most organic and seamless partnerships in recent memory, today Castle Lite was announced as an Official Global Partner of the Rugby World Cup Sevens 2022, which will be hosted in Cape Town, South Africa from the 9th to the 11th of September. Known for its pulsating and unrivalled...
  • 18 Jul 22
    (18 July 2022, Johannesburg) This Mandela Day, the South African Breweries (SAB), in partnership with the SAB Foundation, is rewarding its unsung heroes who are making a difference in their own communities. “This year’s theme is ‘supporting our people doing extraordinary things’,” explains Bridgit...
  • 04 Jul 22
    Today 1st July, the Executive Mayor of Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality Eugene Johnson met with a high-level delegation from the South African Breweries (SAB) who committed to invest R510 million to upgrade its ibhayi Brewery in Perseverance. SAB is of the view that Nelson Mandela Bay will benefit...
  • 27 Jun 22
    As the continent commits to the path of economic recovery, SAB is betting on the glass. In 2020, the South African Breweries (SAB) officially secured a local foothold in the glass manufacturing sector through Isanti Glass’s acquisition of Nampak Glass. This was a windfall to the local glass...
  • 27 Jun 22
    As a business that strives to develop and empower its people, the South African Breweries has appointed Vaughan Croeser to VP of Marketing for South Africa. For almost two decades, Vaughan Croeser dedicated his career to SAB. In November 2003, he began his journey at the company as a Sales...