17 October 2013
Water-efficient farming techniques can help increase agricultural productivity whilst protecting dwindling water resources.
The Brewers of Europe has published its first ever report on the collective environmental performance of the industry in Europe.
Anyone who has been following the company for a while will know that a crucial focus for us in Africa is to create locally relevant, high quality beer brands which are affordable to people who would otherwise drink illicit or informal alcohol.
SABMiller's commitment to agriculture in Africa supports the new G8 food security agenda
Andy Wales reflects on the discussions at the World Economic Forum on Africa and tries our local products
Andy Wales, SABMiller's head of sustainable development, spells out the increasing challenges — and opportunities — of doing business in a world where precious resources are becoming more scarce.
The private sector has a significant role to play in development and we welcome any initiative which seeks to understand how government, business and other organisations can work together effectively to understand and optimise the jobs created, investments made and the resulting economic growth and development.
The World Economic Forum's Water Resources Group aims to help governments, companies and communities work together to manage the water-food-energy 'nexus'.
Ever since 1988, 1 December has been designated World Aids Day - an opportunity for people worldwide to unite in tackling the epidemic, commemorating those who have died and supporting those living with HIV.
Dr Vincent Maphai looks at the challenge of tackling alcohol abuse in South Africa and the measures that SAB Ltd are taking.
As you'll see from our half year results, SABMiller's African operations continue to be an exciting success story. But the continent itself faces many challenges, not least of which is how to boost agriculture in order to drive growth and development.