Rwenzori and Century united as Coca-Cola Beverages Uganda
Coca-Cola Beverages Africa (CCBA) is proud to announce the official change of name of its Uganda operations to Coca-Cola Beverages Uganda Limited (CCBU).
Boost for environment and jobs as CCBA funds recycling campaign
Plastic waste collectors in Botswana will be able to earn money for their efforts thanks to a new partnership between Coca-Cola Beverages Botswana (CCBB) and Cleanico Waste Management Solutions.
‘Clear Rivers Campaign’ hits Dirty Water Systems across SA on Mandela Day
A Mandela Day clean-up of river systems around South Africa, including drought-stricken Nelson Mandela Bay (NMB), could be vital to future water security in the region.
Women with disabilities get down to business with support of CCBA
The first group of 110 women in a five-year programme to empower women with disabilities to start their own retail businesses have officially begun their training, supported by Coca-Cola Beverages Africa (CCBA) in Kenya in partnership with USAID.
CCBA in Ethiopia makes a clear commitment to recycling
Continuing to be the industry trendsetter and to make its plastic packaging more recyclable, Coca-Cola Beverages Africa (CCBA) in Ethiopia has switched Ambo Mineral Water from a blue plastic bottle to a clear plastic bottle.
Coca-Cola Beverages Africa empowers 50 young women driving the circular economy for waste in Mozambique
Fifty women plastic waste collectors have completed training in health and safety standards, and received guidelines for collection and waste management, which in turn is expected to empower over 500 waste collectors across the country.
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