Manja Pamodzi realizes the tremendous impact education and awareness play in waste segregation and recycling in the communities as well as improving hygiene and sanitation in townships. Waste is a part of everyday life but there is more that can be done to ensure that the negative impacts are reduced or done away with.
Groundwater accounts for 98 percent of the world’s total water that is usable by the human population. Global statistics also indicate that 50% of the world’s population is dependent on ground water for drinking, while 37% of the world’s agriculture water use is dependent on ground water.
Zambian Breweries has welcomed the President’s call to stop alcohol abuse among the youth. Speaking during his maiden State of the Nation address, Republican President H.E Hakainde Hichilema said government was steadfast in its quest to curb alcohol abuse among young people, adding that the National Alcohol Policy had created an enabling environment for a coordinated response among stakeholders to address the vice. “To curb alcohol abuse, government has continued to implement the National Alcohol Policy, which provides for a coordinated response
For sixty-one-year-old Idah Kombe Simwela, growing produce on a large, let-alone commercial scale, was something previously thought to be unattainable. But with growing support and interventions from private sector players such as Zambian Breweries, she and other women are able to cash in on unassuming crops such as cassava – through cooperatives – in a quest to better their livelihoods and those of their families. Originally from Kashiba, Idah resides in Shikalaba village in Kawambwa in Luapula Province where she also
Zambian Breweries gets in on the act as decorated artist dates Lusaka.
Zambian Breweries with its partners the Drug Enforcement Commission, Lusaka City Council, and the Road Traffic & Safety Agency heightened their festive season collaboration with an awareness campaign highlighting the dangers of irresponsible alcohol consumption, drug and substance abuse, and drunk driving at the talking Christmas tree lighting event at East Park Mall. The colourful Christmas Tree is decorated with locally crafted art and ornaments illustrating responsible drinking awareness messages. “Aside from the holiday cheer, we are conscious that the festive season
Zambian Breweries has partnered with the Ministry of Health (MoH) and industry stakeholders to up the ante in the fight against COVID-19.As Zambia braces itself for the 4th wave and works to contain the Omicron variant the Company teamed up with the Ministry, the Bars and Night Clubs Owners Association of Zambia (BNCOAZ), and the Lusaka City Council (LCC) in a COVID-19 community sensitization drive in Chawama where they further distributed kits consisting of hand sanitisers and face masks to
Over 20,000 local farmers have reaped the benefit of Zambian Breweries agricultural buying programme.
Zambian Breweries has launched the 2021 iteration of its Smart Drinking campaign under the theme “Cheers to being responsible together,” aimed at sensitising the public on the importance of responsible alcohol consumption.The initiative is part of the company’s commitment to promote responsible drinking among beer lovers nationwide.The brewer’s message is that alcohol ought to be consumed in a responsible manner to safeguard the wellbeing of not just the consumer but the people around them as well as communities at large.
The country’s largest brewer says it is eager to partner with key stakeholders to increase youths’ contribution to national development Zambian Breweries Plc has commended the newly elected UPND administration’s pledge to eradicate alcohol abuse in Zambia as part of its development and economic transformation agenda. In his inauguration speech, His Excellency Mr Hakainde Hichilema stated that his government would work to rescue the country’s youths from vices such as alcohol and substance abuse to improve their contribution to Zambia’s economic