Water stewardship and plastic waste management are two sides of the same coin
The problem of plastic waste in Africa, and its impact on water resources, requires concerted efforts from governments, corporates, civil society organisations and individuals. By working together, we can create a more sustainable future for African water bodies and the communities that depend on them.
Food and beverage packaging is an important part of our modern lives, yet the world has a packaging problem, which Coca-Cola Beverages South Africa (CCBSA), together with The Coca-Cola Company (TCCC), have a responsibility to help solve.
Working moms get support to continue breastfeeding
To support women employees and help them balance the demands of their home and professional lives, Coca-Cola Beverages Uganda (CCBU) has established a nursing area to allow nursing mothers express and store their babies’ milk.
Economic inclusion of women is key to sustainable development in Africa
CIf the private sector, governments and civil society work together to remove the barriers to women’s full participation in the economy, it would set the continent on a path to accelerated growth and greater shared opportunity for all.
Circular economy for plastic within reach with right rules
A flourishing circular economy for plastic waste which will prevent needless plastic pollution and stimulate entrepreneurship and employment is within reach.
This was the message from Diana Sibanda, Coca-Cola Beverages Africa (CCBA) Head of Sustainability, at a Southern African Development Community (SADC) conference on the circular economy in Lusaka, Zambia.
Coca-Cola Beverages Uganda partners with Stanbic Bank to reduce plastic waste
Coca-Cola Beverages Uganda (CCBU) through its initiative, Plastic Recycling Industries has today partnered with Stanbic Bank Uganda to reduce plastic waste in the environment. This partnership is part of CCBU’s environmental sustainability programme that seeks to create a world without waste.
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