Coca Cola To Launch Safe Birth Initiative In Nigeria


In line with its long-standing commitment to Women and the Well Being of Communities, Coca Cola will support the Ministry of Health to reduce the high maternal and new born mortalities in Ivory Coast and Nigeria.

 

Nigeria: Why We Are Involved In Felabration Music Night


Glenfiddich has been explaining why it's partnering the annual Felabration celebrations as the highly anticipated Felabration music night holds this Friday, at the Balmoral, Federal Palace hotel, Vict

 

South Africa: Distell Results Come Against Challenging Backdrop


Distell Group on Thursday released its results for the full year ended 30 June 2017, declaring a total dividend of 379 cents per share.

 

Zimbabwe: Schweppes, Govt In Fruit Trees Deal


Schweppes Zimbabwe is engaged in talks with Government over the production of fruit trees destined for the export market.

 

Zimbabwe: Sport And Recreation Commission Outline Rugby Union Terms


The Sport and Recreation Commission have outlined the terms of reference of the Zimbabwe Rugby Union's interim board, with the committee led by Russell Karimazondo being mandated to realign the associ

 

Kenyan Barista Champ Heads To South Korea


Martin Shabaya, the three-time winner of the Kenya National Barista Championship, will head to South Korea in November to compete in the World Barista Championship for coffee brewers.

 
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Nigeria: Fanta, Sprite Controversy


A Lagos High Court has dismissed an application filed before it by the Nigeria Bottling Company Plc, NBC, seeking the order of the court to stay execution of its judgement mandating an NBC warning on

 

Ebonyi State Bans Consumption Of Coke, Fanta, Sprite At Its Events


Apparently worried by reports alleging that some soft drinks in the country could be dangerous to health, Governor David Umahi of Ebonyi State on Tuesday banned the serving and consumption of Coke, Sp

 

Nigeria: Regulator Raises Concern On Lucozade, Mirinda, Clears Fanta, Sprite


The Consumer Protection Council, CPC, has called for further investigation of soft drinks sold in Nigeria, following the discovery that the benzoic acid in Mirinda (a product of Seven Up Bottling Comp

 

Government wants to raise the legal drinking age from 18 to 21 years to curb alcohol abuse in South Africa


Trade and Industry Minister Rob Davies says government wants to raise the legal drinking age from 18 to 21 years in order to curb abuse amongst young people.

 
 
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