There is compelling evidence that environmentally-conscious investment in water resources delivers strong financial returns and creates value for all water users, according to a latest study by WWF Zambia and Zambian Breweries, commissioned through the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD). The report dubbed ‘The Strategic Investment Pathways Report: A Case of the Zambezi River Basin’ that has been launched today in Lusaka has underscored the need for private sector players to bridge the financing gap affecting the water sector,
Zambia’s largest brewer, Zambian Breweries, has called on beer-lovers to heed government guidelines amid the resurgence of COVID-19 cases. Zambian Breweries Country Director Jose Moran said the escalation of COVID-19 cases calls for all Zambians to use caution and follow all the health guidelines issued by the government, and in particular to continue following the responsible drinking guidelines that encourage moderation and drinking from home. “Again, if you want to drink, do it from the comfort of your home,” urged Mr Moran. “The
Zambian celebrities have joined hands to address the ills of alcohol abuse through Zambian Breweries’ smart drinking campaign aimed at creating awareness of irresponsible alcohol consumption. Celebrities including Christopher Katongo, Slapdee, Salma Sky, Kaliwa, Bobby East, Wezi Heart Sound, El Mukuka, Cree Jay, Sebastien Dutch, Kaliwa and DJ Blocks have joined the call-to-action campaign to educate and create awareness on responsible drinking. The #ResponsibleTogether campaign tackles issues related to alcohol abuse, binge drinking, underage drinking, illicit alcohol, drinking and driving, and gender-based
As Zambian Breweries, we have come out strongly and we will always do so in support of the government’s moves to stamp out alcohol abuse and ensure people are responsible when drinking.