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SAB Miller offer lifts JSE

The JSE traded 0.25% stronger to start the week on Monday following news that the second largest brewer and JSE-listed company SAB Miller (SAB) made an offer to Heineken after the world's largest brewer, Anheuser-Busch InBev, made a takeover offer of the company. Heineken refused the offer, making SAB Miller more vulnerable to an unwanted takeover offer.

Brewing business success: SAB Miller’s Graham Mackay

Taking the helm at South African Breweries in 1999, Graham Mackay grew the company's stock value by 1 000% in 14 years. Now SAB Miller is the largest beer producer in China and South America.

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Clay is a natural for cosmetics

Using ancient knowledge of indigenous herbs passed down through generations of healers in her family, throwing in some modern know-how, and mixing it all up with clay, Adolphina Setsena is creating a thoroughly up-to-date product – anti-ageing cosmetics and make-up. It's such a good idea, she won an SAB Foundation Social Innovation Award.

Rhinos in Boucher’s safe hands

Following a severe eye injury which forced his early retirement, former Proteas wicketkeeper Mark Boucher has gloved up for rhinos – the cricket star has decided to devote his time to rhino activism as South Africa battles with escalating poaching figures.

Rhinos in Boucher’s safe hands

Retired Proteas wicketkeeper Mark Boucher has gloved up for rhinos – the cricket star has decided to devote his time to rhino activism as South Africa battles with escalating poaching figures.
• Using technology to fight poaching

South African drivers urged to drink responsibly

South African Breweries has unveiled No Regret Friday, a movement that falls under the company’s successful anti-alcohol abuse campaign Reality Check, launched in 2009.
SA gets tough on substance abuse

Sponsors get behind SA football

Sponsors get behind SA football

With the core of the Bafana Bafana team that won the 1996 African Nations Cup in attendance, SA Breweries and Absa announced a joint sponsorship of South African football worth R500-million over the next five years.

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