Since launching SAB Zenzele, the company’s broad-based black economic empowerment programme in 2010, SAB has disbursed a total of R4-billion to its three shareholder groups.
One of the MECs for economic development even once said all shebeens should close shop and people must go to church.
A Nielsen survey in 2019 found 47% of adult drinkers wanted to reduce their alcohol consumption to lead healthier lifestyle. South Africa is no different.
The government subsidy housing scheme has changed the lives of millions of South African families with the provision of free housing - commonly known as RDP homes - to qualifying citizens.
This programme was launched with the aim of strengthening the skillset of the company’s talent, while also helping to reduce unemployment within the region.
Foreign nationals are accused of taking jobs and business away from South Africans.
The brand has undergone an exciting transition and will be relaunched under the new brand message – Power Up.
Angels Tears Red goes down perfectly with meat off the braai, or just enjoy it in good company – it’s always a crowd-pleaser.
But unlike a century ago, bartenders now have access to a far wider range of top quality fresh ingredients, which they are using to give the classics a fresh new twist, says Hunter.
Ask Afrika’s Icon Brands is about local relevance and brands that almost all South Africans always or mostly use.