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Coca-Cola Beverages Zambia cleans up for Environment Day

Coca-Cola Beverages Zambia (CCBZ) has partnered with the Ministry of Green Economy and Environment to celebrate World Environment Day

Coca-Cola Beverages Africa in Kenya Pledges Commitment to a World Without Waste

Coca-Cola Beverages Africa (CCBA) in Kenya proudly announces its continuing dedication to creating a sustainable future by taking significant steps to combat plastic pollution.

Partnerships are the key to tackling the plastic waste issue in Uganda

Opinion editorial by Melkamu Abebe, General Manager of Coca-Cola Beverages Uganda

Joshua Kasibante, a young visionary leading the way in PET waste management

Profiling the people who make a circular waste economy in Uganda possible.

Mariam Nansasi, a trailblazer in PET waste collection

Profiling the people who make a circular waste economy in Uganda possible.

Young hot chips vendors set up for success with Coca-Cola Kwanza

A group of 400 young food vendors are being supplied with equipment to support their businesses, as well as training and mentorship that will help them step up to the next level, with the support of Coca-Cola Kwanza (CCK).

Coca-Cola Beverages Botswana unveils new P310m (USD24.4m) production line and water treatment plant

Coca-Cola Beverages Botswana (CCBB) unveiled a new state-of-the-art production line and water treatment plant today, representing a total investment of P310 million (USD24.4m)

Hearing-impaired youth and women develop bamboo craft skills

A group of 50 hearing-impaired youths and women have been trained to become masters in bamboo crafts, creating opportunities for entrepreneurship and employability with the support of Coca-Cola Beverages Africa (CCBA) in Ethiopia.

1 000 school students gear up for high-demand jobs with support from Coca-Cola Beverages Africa

A thousand public high school students will be equipped with skills for the future through a project called Girls Can Code.

Coca-Cola Kwanza Calls for Youth Applications

Coca-Cola Kwanza (CCK) invites youth to apply for the “Chipsika Kiajira na Coke" programme to gain critical skills and equipment needed to start their own small businesses.