Board of Directors
EAG Mackay, PJ Manser & MI Wyman
GC Bible, MJ Levett, Lord Fellowes, MC Ramaphosa & JM Kahn
Executive Directors
Ernest Arthur Graham Mackay (1)
BSc (Eng) BCom
Chief executive
(53) Mr Mackay joined SAB Ltd in 1978 and held a number of senior positions in the company including chairman of SAB Ltd in South Africa and group managing director, before becoming chief executive in 1999, overseeing the company's relisting on the London Stock Exchange in the same year. He is also joint deputy chairman for The Standard Bank of South Africa Limited and Standard Bank Group Limited.
Malcolm Ian Wyman (3)
Chief financial officer
(56) Mr Wyman has been with the company since 1986, becoming group corporate finance director in 1990 and chief financial officer in 2001, having responsibility for the group's finance operations, corporate finance and development, and group strategy. Prior to joining SABMiller plc, he was an executive director of UAL Merchant Bank.
N Gaoning, MQ Morland & Lord Renwick of Clifton
NJ De Lisi & LC Camilleri
Non-executive Directors

Jacob Meyer Kahn †‡• (8)
BA (Law) MBA DCom(hc) SOE
(63) Mr Kahn joined the group in 1966 and occupied executive positions in a number of the former retail interests before being appointed to the SAB Ltd board in 1981. He was appointed group managing director of SAB Ltd in 1983 and executive chairman in 1990. In 1997, he was seconded full-time to the South African Police Service as its chief executive, serving for two and a half years. In 1999 he assumed the chairmanship of SABMiller plc. Amongst other awards, he holds an honorary doctorate in Commerce from the University of Pretoria and was awarded the SOE in 2000.

Geoffrey Cyril Bible (4)
FCA (Aust) ACMA (UK)
(65) Mr Bible served as CEO of Altria Group, Inc. (formerly Philip Morris Companies Inc.) from June 1994 until April 2002 and as chairman of the board from January 1995 until August 2002, when he retired. He also served as chairman of the board of
Kraft Foods Inc. from March 2001 until August 2002 when he retired. Mr Bible joined the board in August 2002, following the completion of the transaction between SAB and Altria Group, Inc. regarding Miller Brewing Company. He is also a member
of the board of directors of News Corporation Ltd.

Louis Carey Camilleri
BA (Economics & Business Administration)
(48) Chairman and chief executive officer of Altria Group, Inc. since August 2002, having been president and chief executive officer of Altria Group, Inc. since April 2002 and previously serving as senior vice president and chief financial officer of the corporation since November 1996. He is also chairman of the board of directors of Kraft Foods Inc. Mr Camilleri joined the board in August 2002, following the completion of the transaction between SABMiller plc and Altria Group, Inc. regarding Miller Brewing Company.

Nancy Jane De Lisi
* (12)
BA (Psychology) MPA (Masters of Professional Accounting)
(52) Senior vice president mergers and acquisitions Altria Group, Inc. Ms De Lisi joined the company in 1985 and previously held positions within the corporation as vice president finance and treasurer, treasurer, vice president treasurer international and assistant treasurer. Ms De Lisi joined the board in August 2002, following the completion of the transaction between SABMiller plc and Altria Group, Inc. regarding Miller Brewing Company.

Lord Fellowes *†‡• (6)
(61) Chairman of Barclays Private Banking and Degrémont UK. Lord Fellowes was private secretary to the Queen from 1990 until 1999, having joined the Royal Household in 1977 from a career in the London money market. He also chairs the Prison Reform Trust and is a trustee of the Rhodes Trust. He was appointed to the board in 1999.

Michael John Levett
BCom FFA FIA FASSA Dr. Econ Science(HC)
(63) Chairman of Old Mutual plc. Mr Levett joined the board in 1999, having previously been a director of SAB Ltd from 1984. He is deputy chairman of Mutual and Federal Insurance Company Limited and a director of Barloworld Limited, Nedcor Limited and Old Mutual South Africa Trust plc.
Peter John Manser *†‡• (2)
(63) Chairman of Intermediate Capital Group plc, deputy chairman of Fitzhardinge plc and a director of Shaftesbury plc. Mr Manser was chairman of Robert Fleming Holdings Limited between 1997 and 2000, a director of the Securities and Investments Board between 1986 and 1993, a past chairman of the London Investment Banking Association and a member of the president's committee of the British Banking Association between 1994 and 1998. He joined the board in June 2001.

Miles Quintin Morland
(59) Chairman of Blakeney Management, an investment management firm specialising in Africa, which he founded in 1990. Mr Morland is a director of a number of emerging market funds and of various companies active in Africa. He is chairman of London Business School's Africa Advisory Board. He was appointed to the board in 1999.

Ning Gaoning ('Frank' Ning)
BA (Econ) MBA
(44) Chairman of China Resources Enterprise, Limited and China Resources Land Limited (both are listed companies in Hong Kong), vice chairman and president of China Resources (Holdings) Co Ltd and China Resources National Corp. (private companies in Hong Kong and the Chinese Mainland, respectively). Mr Ning also holds a directorship in HIT Investments Ltd. He joined the board in October 2001.

Matamela Cyril Ramaphosa
BProc LLD (HC)
(50) Chairman of Johnnic Holdings. Mr Ramaphosa is executive chairman of Millennium Consolidated Investments Limited and holds directorships in FirstRand, Macsteel Holdings, MTN Group Limited, Alexander Forbes and Medscheme Limited. He sits on the board of the Nelson Mandela Foundation and the Commonwealth Business Council. He joined the board in 1997.

Lord Renwick of Clifton †‡ (11)
MA †
(65) Vice chairman, investment banking, J.P. Morgan Europe, chairman of Fluor Limited, and a director of British Airways plc, Compagnie Financière Richemont and BHP Billiton plc. Lord Renwick served as British Ambassador to South Africa from 1987 to 1991 and as British Ambassador to the United States from 1991 to 1995. He joined the board in 1999.