S AFRICA: SABMiller black empowerment deal on track

By | 13 January 2010

SABMiller's black economic empowerment deal remains on-track to be effective from 4 February.

More than 99% of SABMiller shareholders approved the scheme at a General Meeting held earlier today (13 January), the UK-listed brewer said.

Final approval for the scheme is expected at a court hearing on 3 February.

For more details on the black economic empowerment deal, click here.

Sectors: Beer & cider

Companies: SABMiller

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