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125 Years of proudly, building a nation.
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We’ve been trailblazers in equal opportunity since 1971.
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From the ground, up. Our name is proudly displayed as a contributor to funds that empower entrepreneurs across South Africa.
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Building a better future starts now. We started years ago.
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COVID-19 has shaken the world. We’re helping to re-stabilise it.
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Better World

In October 2016, following our combination with SABMiller, we introduced our updated Better World strategy, aligning our environmental, social and alcohol responsibility efforts around three core pillars to make the world a better place.

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The industry lost over R36bn in revenue and over 200 000 jobs as a result of the three alcohol bans according to research conducted by FTI Consulting’s Economic Research Unit

Thursday, March 4, 2021

By Zoleka Lisa: Vice President of Corporate Affairs SA

 

Almost three months into 2021, this year is showing itself to be the sequel to the challenge that was 2020. Some parts of our sector did not survive, and others only just survived trying to navigate the completely unpredictable and unchartered terrain that is COVID-19. At SAB we have greatly appreciated the support of our customers and our many partners and stakeholders throughout this very difficult time.

Thursday, March 4, 2021

The harmful use of alcohol is a serious issue and requires a multi-stakeholder response with all partners who are prepared to do things differently. At SAB, we believe greater collaboration between the private sector, government and civil society would meaningfully reduce the harmful use of alcohol in South Africa.

We need to reduce the harmful use of alcohol and promote a culture of responsible drinking in SA and this requires a commitment to mutual public accountability, evidence-based methods and transparency with data and reporting.

Thursday, March 4, 2021