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Three new PlayPumps
Jul30

Three new PlayPumps

Vlakfontein Intermediate School in the Northern Cape is a large school with 498 boys, 458 girls and 38 educators. Their electric pump broke and they had to buy water from the municipality at a cost of R3,000 per month, which they could ill afford. Thanks to generous support from an American organization we were able to install a PlayPump at the school in July this year. The school will now have reliable water to drink, cook with, wash...

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Peter Savage visits PlayPumps 2017
Nov28

Peter Savage visits PlayPumps 2017

Peter Savage, who has very generously donated numerous PlayPumps over the years, recently visited 20 of them.  These are his comments on his trip. In November my son, Stephen, and I  visited  twenty schools in the Northern Cape and Free State.  Nearly all were in rural locations and therefore we had a lot of driving, much of it on unmade roads.   The good news is all the playpumps visited were working and in good order and the...

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The fun of the PlayPump
Oct02

The fun of the PlayPump

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8axH-c3b2Cg Not only does the PlayPump provide clean drinking water, but it is also fun for the children in areas where there is little playground equipment....

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Shoprite’s PlayPump  video
May18
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Ramaahlo Primary update
Mar30

Ramaahlo Primary update

We installed at PlayPump at Ramaahlo Primary School, Limpopo, on the 18 August 2010.  The PlayPump continues to provide clean drinking water and has needed no maintenance since it’s installation.  We received the following letter on 27 March 2017 from the principal. “WATER IS PRECIOUS …. Thanks a million fold to ROUNDABOUT PUMP RAMAAHLO primary school is a rural school which caters for children in the village of...

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PlayPumps visited late 2016
Nov22

PlayPumps visited late 2016

We recently visited 12 PlayPump installations to carry out inspections and where necessary do maintenance. The PlayPump at Manxeba Village was installed in the Eastern Cape in 2009.  When our team arrived they found these two ladies using the PlayPump water to wash their blankets and also have a quick drink. It isn’t a large community, but they are very reliant on their PlayPump for their water supply as their only other source...

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