SAB is committed to contributing to South Africa’s national skills development agenda by focusing on both internal and external talent development initiatives. External commitment to the skills development of unemployed learners is demonstrated both through the SAB Bursary Scheme and the provision of Learnership/in-service training/vacation work programs.

Learnerships / In-service Training / Internships

SAB’s unemployed learner programs are structured short-term contractual interventions which encourage job creation and promote talent development.

Learners who take part in these programs will benefit from gaining critical functional and behavioural competencies which contribute significantly to the learner’s employment marketability.On completion of these programs and respective academic studies, many of the participating learners transition into full time SAB employees.

At any given time, SAB has unemployed learner opportunities across most business disciplines. SAB partners with the various SETAs – particularly the FOODBEV SETA – to ensure alignment with the Skills Development Strategy within the FOOD BEV sector.

Opportunities will be advertised on the SAB Careers Website throughout the year. The advert will clearly specify what learnership opportunity is available, the minimum entry requirements, in which region the position is located and the contact person to whom CVs must be submitted. CVs will only be accepted in response to an advert.

Operating in >25 countries with sales in over 100

In 2013, we paid $4.1 billion in salaries and wages and $13 billion in excise and income taxes

Last year we invested $3.8 billion in CAPEX

BrandZ® Top 10 Most Valuable Beer Brands includes 6 of ours

Our global brands grew by 4.7% in 2013

Our 4 top markets account for 50% of global beer volume

2013 revenue of $43.4bn

2013 – the most profitable company among a group including Reckitt Benckiser, Nestlé, Unilever, SABMiller, P&G, Carlsberg, Molson Coors, Heineken, Pepsico and Coca Cola