Global Cognac exports saw another dip in 2014 as the category came up against “a conflicting and unstable economic backdrop”.
A batch of beer believed to have been poisoned with crocodile bile and served at a funeral has killed 56 people and put dozens more in hospital.
Affluent Africans are turning their attention to whisky, with consumers in South Africa, Angola and Morocco leading the charge.
South Africa’s blended white wine is a flagship for the country’s overall offering. Tim Atkin MW takes us through this strengthening category
A Ghanian tribal monarch has told reporters in the dry Indian state of Gujarat “how odd it is” that locals there cannot drink alcohol.
Sharp declines in shipments to the Far East and Europe have brought an end to Cognac’s three consecutive years of record growth.
Guinness have launched a new multimedia advertising campaign which looks at Africa from the perspective of a new generation of African artists and performers.
The Kenya Wildlife Service has warned tourists travelling through the Nakuru-Nairobi highway not to give alcohol to baboons.
“Big Beer” stocks have been enjoying an unprecedented surge in the first quarter of this year, with valuations rising between 20% and 30%.
Diageo and SABMiller are enjoying a rise in their stock ratings on the FTSE 100 amid rumours that the companies may merge.
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