Delta Should Invest In Mental Health Facilities

ZIMBABWE’S leading beverages manufacturer Delta Beverages has been implored to invest in mental health institutions as well as promote responsible drinking to reduce the burden of mental health associated ailments. By Kudakwashe Pembere Officiating the Alcohol and Substance Abuse Workshop in Harare on Friday, Health and Child Care Minister, Dr Obadiah Moyo said Delta should contribute to the reduction of alcohol related diseases and deaths through establishing clinics. “And I really hope that companies like Delta should also participate. We have been saying Lets Clean Up Zimbabwe, Lets Clean Up…

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Delta, Unilever Move In To Curb Cholera

LOCAL corporates, Delta Beverages and Unilever have joined in the fight against Cholera amidst indications that government has declared the prevailing Cholera epidemic a national disaster. HealthTimes Reporter The epidemic has killed not less than 20 people so far while another 2000 cases have been recorded in Harare. Delta Corporate affairs executive, Patricia Murambinda said Delta had extended its “MAKE A DIFFERENCE” (MAD) campaign on combating post-consumer waste through an intervention to assist the cholera stricken Glen View and Budiriro communities. “This is in line with the company’s BETTER &…

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Delta Introduces Designated Driver Concept To Curb Road Carnage

By Michael Gwarisa DELTA Beverages Private Limited has introduced the Designated Driver model, in a bid to combat road carnage pre and post the festive season period. Delta Beverages Corporate Affairs Manager,  Tsungie Manyeza said the Designated Driver concept was born out of the realization that drinking and driving was the major contributing factor to road accidents and carnage. “A designated driver is one person who is appointed or volunteers from a group of party goers who are traveling together to be the driver of the group after the party. “He…

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