With the economy of the country slowly reopening, most businesses are once again able to trade, and generate a level of income to support their livelihoods. While this is a welcome reprieve for our country, the effects of the beginning stages of hard lockdown can still be felt. Businesses were forced to cease operations at very short notice, limiting and in some instances completely cutting off all cash-flow, which can be detrimental to any business.
Together with milling company IL Molino Specialty Grains and the Mogale City municipality, the South African Breweries (SAB) has donated over five tonnes of ground and packaged wheat to invigorate 13 small bakeries across the West Rand Townships of Gauteng. This wheat will provide much needed support for these local bakeries and relief for the surrounding impoverished communities. The wheat will be used as flour for baking biscuits.
Her role in #NoExcuse campaign and her strong legal background makes her a suitable candidate
The South African Breweries (SAB) is proud to nominate Pamela Narayadu Nkuna, the Manager for Smart Drinking and Corporate Social Responsibility, as a candidate to serve on the Board of Trustees tasked with establishing the National Council on Gender-based Violence and Femicide (NCGBVF).