The reputation of our organisation is a critical core value that we must guard jealously. Our actions and statements in any situation play a crucial and significant role in how we manage this reputation. This policy provides simple principles to guide our internal and external communication. Given the fluid and dynamic nature of our business, kindly note that this policy document provides a framework for communication best practice and is subject to periodic review. Business unit heads are encouraged to read the communications Policy and be familiar with it. Read More…
Since the integrity of employees underlies the Company’s relationships with customers, suppliers and communities, the highest standards of ethical business conduct are required of employees in fulfilling their responsibilities. All employees of Delta Corporation Limited must adhere to our core principles of business conduct and ethics, set out in this Code. This Code represents a clear conscious and personal commitment to doing what is right. Honesty, integrity and fairness are expected in all aspects of our business.
The Code is intended to help all employees to:
- Implement changes in policy and procedure necessary to prevent recurrences of any violation.
- Prevent the occurrence of unlawful and questionable behaviour and to halt such behaviour as soon as reasonably possible.
- Take appropriate action where employees are in breach of our principles or policies.
It is the responsibility of all managers to ensure that their Ethics Policy employees are aware of applicable regulations, the Code, Group Policies and applicable Local Policies. Managers must create an environment that encourages and allows employees to seek and receive prompt guidance in relation to applicable laws, regulations and the Code and is conducive for all employees to report, in good faith, suspected violations, without fear of reprisal. Senior Management is also responsible for taking appropriate disciplinary action in response to lapses in procedures or breaches of the Code. Read More
Beer is regularly enjoyed by people the world over and has been an integral part of society for centuries in many cultures around the world. When consumed responsibly, beer can be part of a balanced and healthy lifestyle for most people. Commercial communications play a fundamental role in the success of a free market economy. They facilitate competition and allow for new products to be introduced to consumers. Our businesses across Africa are leaders in local communities, adding value and enhancing lives. We recognise and value the rich diversity, deep local cultural roots, beliefs and practices, local laws and regulations that makes Africa unique. In a continent that is increasingly becoming more regulated, we will hold ourselves to the highest account and continue to build the reputation of our business.
The AB InBev Responsible Marketing and Commercial Communications Code (RMCC 3.0) is the ABI InBev global reference for all commercial communications and shall be regarded as the minimum standard. The Africa Commercial Communication Code (ACCC) builds on the Global RMCC to address the additional, stricter requirements in our Africa Zone. The ACCC takes account of our shared digital media platforms (Face Book, DSTV, SuperSport); our commitment to self-regulation; our engagement with African industry stakeholders such as the World Health Organisation, African Union, OECD, SADC and NGOs. The ACCC is the minimum standard for the Africa Zone. Where national laws, regulations or selfregulatory Codes apply to our commercial communications, these must be followed in addition to the ACCC. Read More