Coca-Cola Company announces new President for Africa Operating Unit

Posted by - December 14, 2022

Coca-Cola Company has declared Luisa Ortega as the president of the company’s Africa operating unit. President Luisa Ortega as the head of the company’s Africa operating unit will oversee markets across the continent, currently Ortega serves as president of the company’s central zone in Latin America, which includes Colombia, Venezuela, Peru, Ecuador, Central America and

Jumia partners with Coca-Cola Africa to provide Online Shopping to customers in Africa Products

Posted by - September 27, 2022

Jumia has announced a partnership with the Coca-Cola Africa Operating Unit to offer consumers access to Coca-Cola products from the comfort of their homes. The partnership will provide a steady supply of Coca-Cola’s beverage portfolio to consumers who prefer to shop online through the Jumia platform and ensure they receive their orders in the shortest

Alfred Olajide appointed Coca-Cola Nigeria Managing Director

Posted by - January 11, 2021

Coca-Cola has appointed Alfred Olajide as it’s new vice president and managing director for its Nigeria operations. A statement by the company said the appointment followed a reorganisation of its global leadership structure. Olajide replaces Yebeltal Getachew whose tenure ended on December 31, 2020. In August 2020, Coca-Cola had announced a global restructuring aimed at

Diageo, Unilever, others join forces to fight plastic waste in Africa

Posted by - March 27, 2019

Guinness Ghana Breweries PLC’s parent company Diageo, has co-founded the Africa Plastics Recycling Alliance to collaborate on plastics recycling and reprocessing in sub-Saharan Africa, with the explicit intent to focus on the economic opportunity it presents. Diageo also partnered  consumer goods multinationals, including Unilever, The Coca-Cola Company, Promisador and Nestlé, to launch the Africa Plastics

Coca-Cola Eyes U.S. $12 Million Fruit Factory in Uganda

Posted by - May 31, 2018

American multinational beverage corporation, the Coca-Cola Company will be relieved to hear that the highly awaited fruit factory in Uganda will commence operations soon. The $12 million rated fruit factory has not operated since its construction began back in 2015, suffering a heavy setback to the key players and the farmers who had anticipated for