SA bottling company boosts cane crops for small scale growers

Mintirho beneficiaries stepping up during COVID-19
Leadership: Growing the future with Mintirho

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Leadership: Impacting agriculture

In May 2016, six bottling companies merged to form Coca-Cola Beverages South Africa (CCBSA), the largest bottler in Africa....

Leadership: Funding future farmers

By funding emerging farmers until they reach commercial maturity, the Coca-Cola Beverages Company SA (CCBSA) Mintirho Foundation plays a vital...

Biznews: A gutsy Zulu woman leads the way on land restitution

Nonhlanhla Gumede studied financial management and had a career in banking when she decided to give it all up to...

Agriorbit Sugarcane: black-owned KZN farm doubles output

Nonhlanhla Gumede, director of the KwaZulu-Natal based UThandimvelo Farm, walked away from a thriving career working for a major financial...

Polity: Black-owed KZN sugarcane farm doubles output

Gumede’s father, Mahlakaniphana (meaning the ever wise one) started his career in farming in the early 1980’s before any of...

Cape Talk: beverage giant sets aside R400 million to support emerging farmers

Kieno Kammies speaks to Gao Mothoagae Executive Manager at CCBSA Mintirho Foundation: Last night Coca Cola Beverages South Africa launched...

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CCBSA helped to establish one of South Africa’s most successful agricultural empowerment projects that supports historically disadvantaged farmers and small suppliers of inputs.
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The fund offers expansion capital that enables increased production of existing capacity and commercialisation of historically disadvantaged farmers and small suppliers of inputs.
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