Heineken SA To Cut 7% Of Local Jobs

Heineken South Africa will be cutting its local staff by about 7%, because of the ongoing ban on alcohol sales. The Netherlands-based company employs 1 000 people at its South Africa operations. 


Heineken Sa To Cut Jobs

Last year Heineken cancelled a R6-billion investment to build a new brewery in South Africa.


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Empowering The Modern Workforce: Hr Trends For 2020 And Beyond

Tshepo Yvonne Mosadi, human resources director at Heineken South Africa, provides some HR trends to help managers build a foundation for success in 2021 and beyond...


Heineken® Retains Title As Sa’s Favourite Beer

HEINEKEN South Africa has announced that Heineken® has continued its winning streak as South Africa`s favourite beer brand, following the beer rising to the top of the Beer category of the Sunday


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Dutch Olympic Committee No Plans To Revive Holland Heineken House For Tokyo 2020

The Dutch Olympic Committee*Dutch Sports Federation (NOC*NSF) says it has not reconsidered its decision to cancel Holland Heineken House for the Tokyo...


Heineken Is Leveraged To Growth Markets And Has Above-average Margin Leverage Potential (otcmkts:heiny)

Heineken has seen a significant hit to volumes during COVID-19, as key operating areas in Latin America, Africa, and Asia have been hit by production, distribution, and retail difficulties.


Mozambique: Heineken Brewery Opens New Production Line

The Mozambican government believes that a new production line at the brewery operated by the Dutch beer company Heineken, in Marracuene district, just outside Maputo, will save the country about 50 mi