Zambian Breweries is impressed with the popularity of the recently launched Carling Black Label Cup in South Africa and has announced plans to replicate the competition in Zambia. The tournament which kicked off in Johannesburg on May 26, 2021, allows fans to employ their own tactics and select matchday teams from their favourite local clubs. The pre-season Carling Black Label Cup competition was first introduced in 2011 in partnership with Kaizer Chiefs, Orlando Pirates and Stadium Management to give fans unprecedented power
Zambian Breweries’ recycling initiative – Manja Pamodzi Limited – has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Java Foods to collect recyclable waste from its factory as part of the food processor’s contribution to the Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR) framework designed to increase manufacturers’ roles in building a green economy.
Zambian Breweries Plc has announced that its Country Director Jose Moran will be leaving the business to take up a new appointment as Country Director of its parent company AB InBev’s Tanzania operations.
The Zambia Association of Manufacturers (ZAM) has awarded Zambian Breweries with the ZAM Sustainability Award for its leading role in environmental protection and building green communities through its Manja Pamodzi recycling initiative.
Celebrations and commemorations give us an opportunity to regroup, highlight our achievements, and give credit where it is due. Certain celebrations, in this case International Women’s Day, are more worthy of our attention than others however, because they bring important issues into focus and prompt us to step up our efforts where we are slacking and build consistency where we are succeeding. At Zambian Breweries we are conscious of the fact that solving some of society’s biggest challenges requires a diverse pool
Harrison Musonda, 33, the founder and managing director of Recyclemania Trading, received K6.9 million from President Edgar Chagwa Lungu to boost his social enterprise.
This gesture is aimed at keeping beneficiaries warm as they conduct business in the cold season in line with Zambian Breweries’ mission of making a better world for all.
The shields are the latest contribution from Zambian Breweries, which has also developed a hand sanitiser formula and is manually bottling it for donation only to healthcare workers and staff.
The country’s largest brewing company is also providing mealie meal packs to unionised staff, along with members of its two women-led micro-small enterprises linked to its business supply chain.