SAB offers government insight into the significance of the beer economy
In the run up to the National Budget Address by Minister of Finance Enoch Godongwana, the South African Breweries (SAB) gathered key members of media, industry and economists to unpack the state of the beer economy. Following...
Appreciating beer - a home-brewed economic and social success story
After a long work week, you light the braai on a Saturday afternoon and celebrate life with the ones you love. Beer was part of that journey. A breadwinner gets home and is able to provide a hot meal for his wife and children....
The South African Breweries releases 2020 impact report:
Impact investment needs to be measured to be sustainable
The South African corporate sector invests millions each year to support community development and social programmes. Many corporates, however, often lack the tools to measure and...
Give SMMEs a break to recover-
Lets’ tax sensibly
Two years post pandemic- SMMEs are reeling from the impact that COVID has had on their businesses. It’s time to consider how they can be given a break in order to expedite their recovery- SAB’s VP of Corporate Affairs Zoleka Lisa implores ...
Introducing SAB’s new CEO – Richard Rivett-Carnac
The South African Breweries (SAB), is proud to usher in an exciting new future for South Africa’s largest brewer, with the appointment of Richard Rivett-Carnac to the position of CEO for SAB.
Richard has 13 years of experience in various roles...
SAB bolsters the fight against COVID-19 by exploring the introduction of mandatory vaccination policy
To safeguard its employees, aid the country in its drive to accelerate vaccination, and recover the economy, SAB will begin a consultative process of exploring the establishment of mandatory...