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Heineken Sa Expands Local Management Team

Heineken South Africa has announced new appointees to its management team, along with promotions to its global group. Nantha Moodley, Heineken SA sales director since 2015, has been promoted to the?


Orchids And Onions: Hats Off To Heineken

A bunch of Orchids to Heineken, Land Rover, MTN and FNB. And an Onion to you, Santam, trying to capitalise on this sort of spirit when you're not even a sponsor.


Heineken Ditches Plastic Rings And Shrink Wrap In Eco Makeover

Cardboard can ?toppers? to be rolled out as brewer joins up drinks giants to reduce plastic packaging


Heineken Profit Growth To Ease On Africa, Americas Slowdown

Earnings growth set to rise 4% this year, down from 6.4% last year.


Heineken Eyes North Coast For Expansion

The company, which has headquarters in Amsterdam, has acquired a number of local beers over the past few years and is looking to upscale its capacity to meet the growing domestic demand for beer.


M&c Saatchi Abel Celebrates Heineken As Top Beer In Sa Hat-trick

Heineken was crowned SA's top beer for the third year in a row at the Sunday Times Top Brands Awards that were announced last week...


For Rugby World Cup, Heineken Celebrates Those Of Us With No Clue What’s Happening

Just go with the crowd, advises this relatable ad from Publicis.


Play Our Rugby World Cup Predictor Game And Win With Heineken

The 2019 Rugby World Cup is about to kick off, with SuperSport providing you with unrivalled coverage, and a shot at some fantastic prizes!


What It’s Like To Go On The Heineken Experience Brewery Tour

While famous for tulips, cheeses, canals and Vincent van Gogh, the #1 tourist attraction in Amsterdam ? and the entire Netherlands ? is the Heineken Experience, a combination brewery tour and interact


Heineken Is Betting R1 Billion That More South Africans Will Switch To Its Beer – And So Far It Hasn’t Been Wrong

Brewing a quarter more beer at its Sebideng brewery will end up costing Dutch company Heineken and its Namibian partner R1 billion. Given its prospects in South Africa and surrounds, it says, that is