Cyril Ramaphosa joined the board of SAB Ltd in 1997 and was appointed to the board of South African Breweries plc upon its listing on the London Stock Exchange in 1999.
What does SAB stand for?
SAB stands for South African Breweries PLC
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The move is part of the turnaround strategy of parent company SABMiller plc, which was formed when South African Breweries plc bought Miller in 2002, and last year orchestrated the revival of its flagship Miller Lite brand.
com In 2002, South African Breweries PLC (which changed its name to SABMiller) bought Miller Brewing from Philip Morris (which changed its name to Altria).
Now, three years after being taken over by South African Breweries plc, the company again faces a turning point, with global consolidation increasing as it battles against market leader Anheuser-Busch, which commands half the U.
He became chief executive of the group in March 1999 on its re-listing as South African Breweries plc on the London Stock Exchange.
6 billion sale of its Miller Beer unit to South African Breweries Plc.
Groupe Danone announced that it has entered into an agreement to sell its 60 percent interest in its breweries based in Wuhan, China, to CRE Beverage Limited, a joint venture between China Resources Enterprise Limited and South African Breweries Plc.
But Miller has since been purchased by South African Breweries PLC, and Miller filed its own reports for the periods covering the second half of last year and the fast half of this year.