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Coca-Cola opens 'green' bottling plant

Coca-Cola opens ‘green’ bottling plant

Coca-Cola South Africa has opened a new state-of-the-art plant to bottle Valpre Spring Water in Heidelberg, south-east of Johannesburg, introducing the environmentally friendly PlantBottle packaging to the African market for the first time.

Top sponsors for Unity Cup in SA

Coca-Cola and the Special Olympics have teamed up to bring the inaugural Unity Cup to South Africa. The event will take place in Cape Town as a curtain raiser to the 2010 Fifa World Cup quarter-final in that city.
Cape Town ready for 2010 draw

Coke to give schools safe water

Global beverage manufacturer Coca-Cola is getting involved in the 2010 Fifa World Cup in a big way with a number of initiatives that will leave a lasting impression on communities.
R500m water deal for rural SA

Coca-Cola launches SA Trophy Tour

Coca-Cola launches SA Trophy Tour

The Fifa World Cup trophy arrives in South Africa on 5 May on the final leg of its global tour. Starting in Pretoria, the solid gold trophy will visit 38 cities and towns across the country before arriving in Johannesburg days before the 2010 Fifa World Cup kick-off on 11 June.

African farmers land juicy deal

Small-scale fruit farmers in Uganda and Kenya will soon be able to start making good money from their produce, thanks to a multimillion-dollar deal that will see them supply Coca-Cola.

African farmers land juicy deal

Small-scale fruit farmers in Uganda and Kenya will soon be able to start making good money from their produce, thanks to a multimillion-dollar deal that will see them supply Coca-Cola.

Coca-Cola pours $54m into plant

The South African operation of Coca-Cola is to invest US$54-million (R400-million) into a new bottling plant for its Valpré brand of mineral water.

Coca-Cola pours $54m into plant

The South African operation of Coca-Cola is to invest US$54-million (R400-million) into a new bottling plant for its Valpré brand of mineral water. The plant will be built in Heidelberg, 42km south of Johannesburg.

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2010 tickets for ‘green’ schools

2010 Fifa World Cup sponsor Coca-Cola is to give 20 000 tickets for World Cup matches to schools across South Africa that do well in an innovative competition that promotes environmental awareness.

Coke’s top test lab opens in SA

Coca-Cola, the world’s top beverage manufacturer, has opened the African Technical Centre in South Africa, a state-of-the-art laboratory complex the company says is its most technologically advanced facility in the world.

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