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Lager Beer Business Brewing 2 Breweries- Southerton , Harare and Belmont, Bulawayo Product offering : Castle Lager, Castle Milk Stout, Golden Pilsener, Lion Lager, Carling Black Label, Zambezi, Zambezi Lite, Bohlinger's Lager, Eagle Lager Distribution – Castle Lite, Miller Genuine Draft, Perroni, Redds, Brutal Fruit, Sarita Traditional Beer Business Brewing sorghum beer, 14 Breweries Sparkling Beverages Bottling sparkling beverages, 2 Bottling Plants and 1 canning line. Coca-Cola, Coke Zero, Fanta, Sparletta, Sprite, Schweppes Orange and Schweppes Lemon, Schweppes Sparkling Water Bottles mixers: Soda Water, Tonic, Ginger ale and Lemonade Distributes- Burn Energy Drink Traditional Non-alcoholic Beverages Manufacture of Shumba Mahewu which is available in Orange, Banana, Passion Fruit, Strawberry, Traditional, Buttermilk and Sorghum Flavours Transport and Distribution Business Provision and maintenance of primary and secondary vehicles & the distribution of beverage products 26 Workshops, 38 Delta Beverage Centres & 7 Customer Collection Depots AGRO INDUSTRIAL Kwekwe Maltings Barley malting, 1 Malting Plant Megapak Zimbabwe (Pvt) Ltd Manufacture of PET, injection and blow moulded plastic products, 1 Factory Food and Industrial Processors (Pvt) Ltd Food processing, 1 Factory African Distillers Limited Wine & spirit producer, 3 Farms, 1 Distillery, 5 Depots Schweppes Zimbabwe Limited Still Beverages and Water : Mazowe, Minute Maid Fruit Juices, Schweppes Still Water
The Schools Assistance Programme began in 1996 with Delta building a standard classroom block at a school selected in each of the eight rural provinces of Zimbabwe. In 2003, Delta roped in the Coca Cola Foundation and set up the Schools Assistance Trust (SAT). A few years down the line, the British Embassy came on board as a partner whose responsibility is to furnish the classrooms. Currently the project targets to build a classroom block in two rural provinces every year. Because part of Delta’s Mission is ‘to grow the value of the business in real terms on a sustainable basis’, the SAT programme is undertaken with a mindset to enable an appreciation of the project with regards to business and community values in a manner that sustainably makes an impact. This is done by promoting full stakeholder participation from the identification of the school to the construction of the classroom block. The school is identified by the Provincial Education Office and the construction is done by a local builder with building materials available locally being provided by the community. Delta supports the construction through provision of non-local building material. The intent of the project is to enhance ownership of the project and personal accountability by the community over and above the benefit of the infrastructure. This subsequently encourages sustainability of the infrastructure through more intimate use and maintenance.
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