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  • 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...
  • 10 Jun 22
    Five licensed liquor traders, from the Alexandra Township in Johannesburg, walked away with R 1 million, at the I Love Alex Awards on Tuesday, for their persuasive ideas that will benefit the community. This comes after completing long trainings equipping them with skills to run sustainable and...
  • 16 May 22
    During a visit to South Africa, AB InBev CEO Michel Doukeris and SAB CEO Richard Rivett-Carnac reaffirmed the commitment to invest R4.5 billion to support economic growth and sustainability efforts in South Africa and across the continent May 16, 2022 - South African Breweries (SAB), proudly part...
  • 11 May 22
    JSE-listed share ownership scheme, SAB Zenzele Kabili to hold first AGM On 28 May 2021, The South African Breweries (SAB) listed its B-BBEE share scheme on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE). On 10 May 2022, the SAB Zenzele Kabili scheme is hosting its first Annual General Meeting (AGM) and will...
  • 06 May 22
    Over the course of this past Workers’ Day weekend, Castle Lite managed to raise over half a million rand as part of their Tips on Tap initiative. The initiative focused on extending the enjoyment over Worker’s Day and paying homage to unsung heroes of the alcohol industry, South Africa’s hard-...
  • 03 May 22
    In April 2022, the country looked towards investment as a driver of economic growth and recovery. This is where the South African Breweries (SAB) reaffirmed its commitment to reignite the national economy. The brewer pledged to invest a further R920m into the national economy, of which R270m will...
  • 03 May 22
    SAB in partnership with the SAB Foundation, has established the SAB SHARP Awards.  These awards target innovators, social entrepreneurs, institutions, students, researchers, social enterprises with innovative ideas or prototypes that empower women in at risk communities, either by assisting...