ACT-Southern Africa urges Delta Corporation in Zimbabwe to be responsible in the Disposal of 1 Litre Super Chibuku Containers

In an move to persuade the Delta Corporation, which is a national brewer of the popular Super Chibuku opaque beer, the Anti-Corruption Trust of Southern Africa wrote to its General Manager on the 4th of January 2016 asking the Corporation to remove plastic empty containers that were an eyesore to the Zimbabwean environment. The letter signed by Mr. Obert Chinhamo of the Anti-Corruption Trust of Southern Africa was also copied to the police and local authorities. The letter reads that “….the plastic containers are posing a serious threat to the environment for the contemporary (current) and the future generations”. The organisation did not only highlight the problem but also made a number of recommendations such as setting up community-based recycling projects, giving the unemployed youths an opportunity to generate income for themselves through collecting the containers as well as launching a national cleaning campaign.  For more information or comments please contact Mr. Obert Chinhamo on Number 1 Jacaranda Steet, P.O.Box 93, Kwekwe, Tel: 055-25235, Mobile: 0784490660

 

 

About Anti-Corruption Trust of Southern Africa

The Anti-Corruption Trust of Southern Africa (ACT-Southern Africa) is a non-profit making organisation registered to facilitate the sharing of anti-corruption best practices and advocacy against corruption in Southern Africa.
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