SA may need to turn to private sector to solve its water crisis

Water crisis in South Africa

Over R600-billion is needed over the next decade to fix poor infrastructure and extend coverage – but less than half of this is available.

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Cobra taps into Gauteng’s powerful economy

Cobra Taps

Over two thirds of national and international companies which do business in Africa have their headquarters in Gauteng and Cobra has tapped into that power base. A recent addition to the home of headquarters is Massmart’s new R70m office in Sunninghill where the strong angular lines, clean styling and modern simplicity of Cobra Strata taps and Dura basins were a natural choice to complement the building’s contemporary aesthetics.

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IOPSA Golf Challenge 2014


Leaking news – it’s our annual IOPSA golf challenge 2014 which promises to be another hot event to be held on Tuesday 04th November at Kyalami Country Club. We look forward to a brilliant day with a full field of 144 golfers made up of plumbers, company directors, suppliers, manufacturers, wholesalers, all allied with the plumbing industry.

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Supporting the plumbing sector

plumbing sector

70% of plumber in SA are insolvent. The 70% figure was quoted during an IOPSA meeting as part of a survey that was done by Debbie Donaldson on behalf of the Institute of Plumbing SA to determine the state of the industry and identify where and how this sector needed to be supported to encourage sustainability and growth.

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