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British American Tobacco calls for tobacco harm reduction to be adopted as a progressive public health policy

On World No Tobacco Day 2014, British American Tobacco is calling on the World Health Organisation (WHO) and Governments around the world to adopt a policy of tobacco harm reduction as a more progressive approach to tobacco regulation.

BAT South Africa responds to recent media allegations

British American Tobacco (BAT) South Africa responded to recent media reports relating to alleged corporate espionage. BAT South Africa takes these allegations very seriously and denies any involvement in industrial espionage or any illegal activity that may be linked to other local tobacco manufacturers. Read the full statement here.

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Welcome to the website of British American Tobacco South Africa. We are part of one of the world's most international companies, the British American Tobacco Group. Our vision is to lead the tobacco industry through growth, productivity and responsibility.

Illicit trade in cigarettes

What do illegal cigarettes really cost our country?

The illegal trade in cigarettes cost government more than R5 billion in lost revenue in 2012, a worrying statistic that needs to be addressed.
sustainability report 2011

Sustainability Report

Read our latest Sustainability Report, published in March 2014.