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Africa’s largest Coca-Cola bottler celebrates six years of investment and shared opportunity

Six years after the biggest Coca-Cola bottler on the African continent was born through a merger that created Coca-Cola Beverages Africa (CCBA), capital investments of about US$1,4 billion since 2017 have created significant positive economic impact throughout the markets where CCBA operates.

Voltic provides access to safe water for communities in need

The communities of Mmofra Nfadwene and Yahoman celebrated the handover of boreholes providing safe and reliable water recently after Voltic GH, a subsidiary of Coca-Cola Beverages Africa (CCBA), funded the projects.

Coca-Cola bottler invests US$2 million in wastewater treatment plant to meet global standard

Coca-Cola Beverages Africa (CCBA) in Kenya has today announced a US$2 million investment in upgrades to the wastewater treatment plant at its Equator Bottlers Ltd plant in Kisumu after the company adopted an international environmental management system standard known as ISO 14001.

Project Lungisa saving Grabouw millions of litres of water

Project Lungisa, a partnership between the Theewaterskloof Municipality and CCBSA, builds skills and supports the rehabilitation of water infrastructure to save millions of litres per month lost due to water leaks.

CCBSA supports Nelson Mandela Bay efforts to counter Day Zero

In response to the deteriorating situation in Nelson Mandela Bay (NMB) in the Eastern Cape where dam levels have reached a critical low level, Coca-Cola Beverages South Africa (CCBSA) is working with the Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality and other key stakeholders, including Gift of the Givers, to deliver water to vulnerable and distressed communities.

Voltic management team visits King of Ga Mantse ahead of Homowo festival

The management of Voltic (GH) Limited, a subsidiary of Coca Cola Beverages Africa (CCBA), enjoyed a warm reception from the Ga Mantse King Nii Tackie Teiko Tsuru II, during a recent visit to express the company’s gratitude for the King’s support and CCBA’s commitment to the welfare of the people of the Ga area.

The Coca-Cola Company announces plans to delay listing of CCBA as a publicly traded company

The Coca-Cola Company announced today that it is delaying plans to list Coca-Cola Beverages Africa (CCBA) as a publicly traded company.

CCBSA spends millions towards youth development

CCBSA has spent more than R105 million towards its Bizniz in a Box  (BiB) initiatives and most recently, Study Buddy Fund.

Supporting Free State and Gauteng Youth Entrepreneurs through the Bizniz in a box programme

Coca-Cola Beverages South Africa (CCBSA) in collaboration with the Free State Department of Economic, Small Business, Tourism and Environmental Affairs (DESTEA) and the Gauteng Department of Economic Development (GDED) will launch an entrepreneurship competition targeted at young people during the month of June.

Boost for plastic waste recycling as Coca-Cola bottler partners with a PET flaking plant in Okahandja

Plastic waste management in Namibia is set for a major boost with the establishment of a polyethylene phthalate (PET) flaking plant in Okahandja. The recycling plant will transform discarded plastic beverage bottles made from PET material into PET flakes that has an international market value.