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Sasfin Wealth appoints new Senior Portfolio Manager
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Coca-Cola Beverages SA launches ZAR400 million fund for emerging farmers

Wednesday, March 28th, 2018

Coca-Cola Beverages SA launches ZAR400 million fund for emerging farmers

Coca-Cola Beverages SA (CCBSA) on 27 March 2018, announced that it has unveiled a ZAR400 million trust that is earmarked to help develop historically-disadvantaged emerging farmers and small suppliers, growing them to become full participants in the commercial agriculture value chain. Velaphi Ratshefola, Coca-Cola Beverages SA Managing Director said the Mintirho Foundation fund would make

Coca Cola Beverages SA to lift Appletiser production by 82% (View Images)

Tuesday, June 27th, 2017

Coca Cola Beverages SA to lift Appletiser production by 82% (View Images)

South African Economic Development Minister Ebrahim Patel received a first-hand view of local benefits flowing from the creation of Coca Cola Beverages SA (CCBSA) when he visited the Appletiser plant in Elgin today, 28 June 2017. The...

Coca-Cola Africa appoints top executives

Friday, June 9th, 2017

Coca-Cola Africa appoints top executives

Coca-Cola Africa announced on 9 June 2017,  that Mpumi Mazibuko and Nakampe Molewa had been promoted to executive roles within the Coca-Cola business responsible for the Southern and East Africa markets.  Mazibuko has been promoted to legal...

Coca-Cola sells 17.5% shareholding in Appletiser South Africa to black owned African Pioneer Group

Monday, May 8th, 2017

Coca-Cola sells 17.5% shareholding in Appletiser South Africa to black owned African Pioneer Group

Coca-Cola Beverages South Africa (CCBSA) announced today, 8 May 2017, that it has sold 17.5% of its shareholding in Appletiser South Africa (ASA) to black owned investment company African Pioneer Group (APG). An additional 4% has been...

Kofi Amegashie

Thursday, February 20th, 2014

Kofi Amegashie

Kofi Amegashie has been Commercial Executive for Africa at Adcock Ingram Holdings Limited since October 2011. Amegashie is one of four international business executives to be elected to the board of PATH, an American-based Non-Profit Organisation (NPO)....

Susan Mboya Kidero

Monday, February 17th, 2014

Susan Mboya Kidero

Susan Mboya Kidero is the President of the Coca Cola Africa Foundation and the Group Director for the Coca-Cola Women’s Economic Empowerment for Eurasia and Africa. Mboya Kidero is the founder of Zawadi Africa, a non-profit organization...

Africa’s most valuable brands survey released

Wednesday, November 6th, 2013

Africa’s most valuable brands survey released

African Business magazine, in partnership with Brand Africa, Brand Finance Africa and TNS release the full results of their exclusive survey highlighting a full listing of Africa’s most valuable brands. As revealed last month at the African...