Coca-Cola Kwanza is a subsidiary of CCBA covering 54% of Tanzania’s geography and employing over 700 people.
Coca-Cola Kwanza is a subsidiary of CCBA covering 54% of Tanzania’s geography and employing over 900 people.
Coca-Cola Kwanza operates two bottling plants in Tanzania: one in Mikocheni, Dar es Salaam and another in Mbeya.
Under the leadership of Conrad Van Niekerk, Tanzania is part of the recently formed Central African Region with Uganda and Ghana.
Brands in Tanzania
Momentum grows to solve the world’s plastic waste problem
Today as people all over the globe gather for World Cleanup Day, there is compelling reason to believe that an end to the plastic waste problem is in sight. The next round of negotiations towards a UN treaty based on legally-binding global rules and comprehensive circular economy measures to deal with plastic waste will take place in Nairobi, Kenya, in November.
Young food vendors learn to cook
A youth economic inclusion programme supported by Coca-Cola Kwanza (CCK) has proven so popular and successful that the company has opened a second round for young food vendors to sign up for support and training.
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).