Coca-cola Zim Buckles Under Pressure Over Original Mazoe


The Coca-Cola Company and Schweppes Zimbabwe Limited have bowed down to public pressure and announced that it was re-introducing the original Mazoe recipes for all flavours.

 

Zim Livid As Coca-cola Reduces Sugar Content In Iconic Local Drink


Zimbabwean social media has been abuzz after the Coca-Cola Company changed the ingredients of the iconic drink Mazoe, which Coca-Cola says is in response to calls for a limit on sugar consumption.

 

Will.i.am Awards ‘superstar’ Entrepreneurs In Final Of $1m Chivas Competition


The United Kingdom’s Change Please is announced as winner of the Chivas Venture 2018 at TNW Conference in Amsterdam.

 

Zimbabweans livid as beer taps running dry


Social media is abuzz in Zimbabwe after the country’s biggest brewer and Anheuser-Busch InBev associate unit Delta Corporation said it is running out of ingredients for the manufacture of soft drinks and alcoholic beverages, raising fears beer could run out in the next few days.

 

New Ceo At Rupert & Rothschild Vignerons


JC Bekker has been appointed as the new CEO at Rupert & Rothschild Vignerons.

 

Will.i.am Heading To Amsterdam: Tech Entrepreneur Joins Jury For $1m Chivas Venture Startup Competition


Tech entrepreneur and creative innovator will.i.am has been announced as a judge for the Chivas Venture - a global competition that gives away $1 million in no-strings funding every year to the world

 

A Business With A Conscience


Spier Wine Farm has managed to grow despite the tough economic conditions of the past few years. We caught up with CEO Andrew Milne to find out more about its business strategy.

 

Rupert & Rothschild Vignerons Ceo Resigns After 20 Years


Schalk-Willem Joubert has resigned as CEO of Rupert & Rothschild Vignerons after a career of 20 years.

 

Ab Inbev Seeks To Expand Investment Into Africa


AB InBev is ramping up investment in Africa after seeing a boom in demand for its beer on the continent following its takeover of SABMiller, Bloomberg reports.

 

Sa’s First Black Female Winemaker Ntsiki Biyela Is Shaking Up The Industry


The emergence of a crop of new black players such as winemaker and owner of Aslina Wines, Ntsiki Biyela, is changing the makeup of SA's wine industry that is among the world's top 10 wine producers.

 
 
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