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Breweries & Distilleries

    SAB to invest an additional R920m into local breweries

    The South African Breweries (SAB), the country's largest beer brewer, is investing a further R920m into its Prospecton and Ibhayi breweries, growing the company's total investment commitment in South Africa to...

    Russian Bear Vodka in no way associated with Russia, says distillery

    Russian Bear is one of the most popular vodka brands in South Africa (as any South African who loves a good pre-drink can attest to) however, the brand is reportedly not...

    Updated alcohol taxes and rules proposed for South Africa

    South African Breweries is calling on the government to reduce the excise tax rate in its national budget on Wednesday (23 February) or face further disinvestment and job losses. In a media...

    South Africa’s biggest beermaker says government needs to make tax changes in February

    South African Breweries (SAB) has called on the government to introduce a tax break in the February 2022 budget for smaller businesses to allow them to recover from the Covid-19 impact. SAB...

    Let the beer wars begin…

    THE last time Stellenbosch-based liquor group Distell - then Stellenbosch Farmers Winery - got involved in the beer industry  (with controversial businessman Louis Luyt) was in the seventies, and that did...

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    Western Cape remains an attractive destination for foreign direct investment

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