Introducing Coca-Cola Energy
For the first time, The Coca-Cola Company releases an energy drink in South Africa under the Coca-Cola® brand.
Building Partnerships for a World Without Waste in Africa
It’s clear that the world has a packaging problem. Plastic pollution, one of the most visible challenges of our time, is too big for any government, company or community to solve on their own
Coca-Cola and bottling partners invest +US$5 million to date to tackle plastic pollution across Africa
This World Environment Day, The Coca-Cola Company confirms it is on track to spend a third of its US$ 38 million pledge before the end of this year.
Towards a world without waste
Coca-Cola Beverages Africa inaugurates sustainable solar power system in Windhoek
A subsidiary of CCBA, Coca-Cola Namibia Bottling Company (CCNBC) will now derive 9% of the factory’s total power requirements from a clean, sustainable energy source: the sun
Coca-Cola Beverages Africa Commissions a State of the Art USD10Million Water Line at Century Bottling Company Limited
Coca-Cola Beverages Africa in Uganda has officially commissioned a brand new USD10million (UGX 39billion) Manufacturing Line to enable them to bottle more Rwenzori Pure Natural Mineral Water
The Coca-Cola Foundation and The Nature Conservancy support Nairobi Water to increase water access to 800 000 residents
Today, Philip Githinji, of Nairobi City Water and Sewerage Company (NCWSC), confirmed that, through support from The Coca-Cola Foundation and The Nature Conservancy (TNC), they have reduced their water treatment costs by 30%, allowing them to expand their network to reach over 800 000 of Nairobi’s residents.
CCBSA launches new smart trucks to promote road safety
Coca-Cola Beverages South Africa (CCBSA) today launched a five-year pilot project to run a 44-pallet Performance-Based Standard (PBS) trailer between Bloemfontein and Upington.
CCBSA’s Mintirho Foundation inaugurates partnership with SAFDA to benefit emerging cane farmers in Mpumalanga and KwaZulu-Natal
CCBSA’s Mintirho Foundation partnership with the South African Farmers Development Association (SAFDA) will see the Mintirho Foundation providing two interest-free loans to help SAFDA develop its own fertiliser and deliver it to growers at the right time.