AFRICA: SABMiller to build Namibia brewery, buys Maheu drinks business

By just-drinks.com editorial team | 8 September 2009

SABMiller is to expand further in Africa by building a brewery in Namibia and buying the non-alcoholic Maheu drinks business of Trade Kings Ltd in Zambia.

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SABMiller is to expand further in Africa by building a brewery in Namibia and buying the non-alcoholic Maheu drinks business of Trade Kings Ltd in Zambia.

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