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Woman waste collectors sharpen business skills with support from CCBA

A group of 100 women plastic waste collectors have begun a 12-week training course to develop their skills and expand their employment horizons

‘Own Your Richness’ – Voltic Premium Campaign Launched in Ghana

The new premium design celebrates Ghanaian culture and emphasizes the commitment to quality and standards of Voltic water.

Drought-hit Borena region gets relief from Ambo Mineral Water

Drought-affected people in Borena and other areas of Ethiopia received welcome relief thanks to a donation of more than 143 quintals of flour and 1,035 packs of beverage products by Ambo Mineral Water, a subsidiary of Coca-Cola Beverages Africa (CCBA).

Coca-Cola Beverages Uganda partners with NUDIPU to offer sustainable solutions to disabled girls in schools

Coca-Cola Beverages Uganda (CCBU) has today handed over a cheque of UGX 10M for the training and economic inclusion of women with disabilities.

Women food vendors get businesses cooking with support of Coca-Cola Kwanza

More than 300 women food vendors from the Dar es Salaam region will be taking their businesses to the next level with the support of Coca-Cola Beverages Africa subsidiary, Coca-Cola Kwanza (CCK).

Coca-Cola Beverages Uganda employs their latest graduate trainees cohort

In a bid to mitigate Uganda's unemployment challenge, Coca-Cola Beverages Uganda (CCBU) runs a Graduate in Training program that enrolls trainees from Ugandan universities.

Informal traders sharpen business skills with support of CCBB

Informal traders in Gaborone have sharpened their business skills through an interactive workshop focused on building and growing sustainable enterprises with the support of Coca-Cola Beverages Botswana (CCBB).

Healthy watersheds are an essential component of climate resilience in Africa

Conflict, climate change, the lingering financial impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic and sharp food price inflation are causing acute food insecurity in Africa.

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.

Creating a World Without Waste by 2030

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.