Undercut entity accuses SAB of dirty tricks

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SAB officials allegedly started giving Jahela Brewers Yeast a hard time in 2009, when Michael Kelly, died and left it in the sole ownership of his partner, Sello Nong. Photo: Supplied/Gallo images
SAB officials allegedly started giving Jahela Brewers Yeast a hard time in 2009, when Michael Kelly, died and left it in the sole ownership of his partner, Sello Nong. Photo: Supplied/Gallo images

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Jahela used to buy wet brewer’s yeast from SAB, dry it and sell it to farmers and animal feed manufacturers locally and abroad. It was responsible for the daily removal of wet yeast slurry from SAB fermentation vessels, utility costs, maintenance of SAB machines and all other production costs related to the drying of the yeast.

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