Heineken and SAB keep expansion investments on hold, despite lifting of alcohol ban

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Beer producers Heineken and South African Breweries will continue with the suspension of expansion projects worth billions.
Beer producers Heineken and South African Breweries will continue with the suspension of expansion projects worth billions.

Beer producers Heineken and South African Breweries (SAB) have opted to keep their expansion investments on hold, despite the government lifting the ban on the sale of alcohol.

From Tuesday, South Africans were able to buy alcohol once again, just over a month after the government imposed a ban on the sale of alcohol, following a brief reprieve in June.

Alcohol sales will be permitted from Monday to Thursday.

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