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  • 01 Mar 2021 11:29 AM | Anonymous

    This report offers an overview of the findings of the analysis obtained from the tracer study of the Dual System Pilot Project (DSPP) as well as the COS (Centres of Specialisation) apprenticeship programmes. The respondents within this tracer are as follows: Of the 141

    DSPP respondents, 79,4% are undertaking their training to become electricians whilst 19,2% are undertaking training to become plumbers. In COS, there was a more even distribution across various trades; the majority of the respondents were spread across respondents training to become electricians, Carpenters/Joiners and Mechanical Fitters. The tracer study found that within this respondent group the DSPP programme respondents were typically older (between 26 and 30 years of age). had higher qualifications (almost half have N5‐6) and were more evenly balanced in terms of gender than the COS respondents.

    The report also found that the expectations of the COS respondents were focused on both the acquisition of knowledge and skills and accessing employment, whilst DSPP respondents

    – possibly because they are older and have higher qualifications – were primarily focused on accessing employment. These varied expectations may explain their views on the programme and the extent to which their expectations have been met.

    A concern that emerged, with respect to the selection of participants, is that whilst almost all respondents were made aware of the opportunity through the college the selection processes appear to have varied between the DSPP and COS programme: while 158 COS respondents said they were interviewed by the employer before being selected to the programme and only 11 of the DSPP respondents said they were interviewed by the employer before being selected for the programme.

    Click here to download the formal notice

  • 07 Dec 2020 3:27 PM | Anonymous

    The Institute of Plumbing South Africa (IOPSA) and the Plumbing Industry Registration Board (PIRB) conducts the Plumbing National Survey annually.

    The survey is sent out digitally through the main IOPSA and PIRB communication channels including emails, social media, the IOPSA website and Plumbing Africa online. The aim of the analysis is as follows: (i) to understand IOPSA’s market and the plumbing industry better, (ii) to track progress and assess whether there have been any significant changes from the previous survey, and (iii) to get guidance for future strategic direction. This analysis, reported and evaluated by Trade and Industrial Policy Strategies (TIPS)1 is an initial review of the responses and some preliminary findings from the Plumbing National Survey 2020.

    According to Statistics South Africa (StatsSA, 2019), there are approximately 126 000 self-identify as plumbers and apprentices operating in South Africa of these it is estimated that 10 000 – 15 000 are Qualified Plumbers. In total, 1024 respondents completed the Plumbing National Survey 2020 accounting for 0,8% of all plumbers and apprentices in the country or an estimated 6-8% of Qualified Plumbers. Compared to the previous survey, the 2020 analysis indicates that participation in the survey increased by an additional 85 respondents from 2019.

    Click here to view the full report

  • 31 Aug 2020 9:53 AM | Anonymous

    IOPSA and EmpowerBEE are pleased to announce that they have reached an agreement to partner on all Transformation and BBBEE matters. EmpowerBEE will assist IOPSA in managing its own internal BBBEE scorecard and at the same time will provide free training to members on all things BBBEE related. IOPSA members will have access to EmpowerBEE’s services at preferential rates.

    According to Brendan Reynolds, Executive Director of IOPSA “IOPSA is fully committed to the ideals of Transformation under the guidance of our Transformation Committee. This agreement is important both for IOPSA and for our members. BBBEE is a reality in South Africa and the fact is that we don’t have good knowledge and experience in the field. Partnering with EmpowerBEE fills an important gap both for IOPSA and our members.”

    We asked Morosha Govender the Verification Manager at EmpowerBEE a few questions regarding the partnership;

    Why is transformation important for SA?

    • Transformation in South Africa benefits us all.
    • South Africa is one of the world’s most unequal societies, the top 10% earn about six times as much as the bottom 10%. In South Africa, the top 10% earn 110 times more than the bottom 10%.
    • Transformation is imperative to ensure that it not only empowers individuals but also communities and employees
    • Transformation can improve the business environment, especially for small and medium-size enterprises (SMEs).
    • SMEs can be job generators and help create an environment for entrepreneurs to flourish
    • Transformation can create an environment that provides SMEs with opportunity and with support to participate in local supply chains

    Why did you choose to partner with IOPSA?

    • The values of IOPSA are consistent with the values of Empowerbee. Empowerbee is passionate about transformation strategies that benefit everyone in South Africa.
    • Our objectives are to create a BBBEE strategy that does not split the exciting economic pie, but increases the economic pie so that everyone in South Africa can benefit.

    How can Empowerbee/BBBEE compliance benefit IOPSA members?

    • Empowerbee can assist all members with compliance in terms of the BBBEE Legislation as a SANAS Accredited verification agency.

    Without BBBEE compliance:

    • Non-compliant businesses will find it difficult to grow or maintain their level of business success within South Africa.
    • On the other hand, private companies will also need to apply the Codes if they want to do business with any government enterprise – in order to tender for business, apply for licences , etc
    • Private companies are now starting to focus on other private companies (suppliers) with the best possible BEE score, which will count towards their Procurement recognition

    BBBEE compliance is not a tickbox exercise, applied strategically it can contribute to alleviating some of the ills faced by South Africans today

    • Small and medium sized business are critical in addressing unemployment in South Africa
    • The plumbing and related construction industries are critical in educating the next generation of artisans if it is to thrive in the future
    • We believe that this can give school leavers and the young unemployed the ability to contribute to society.

    IOPSA members should keep their ears open for upcoming BBBEE training and other initiatives that will benefit them.

  • 09 Jul 2020 2:12 PM | Anonymous


    DATE: 24 June 2020

    RE: NRCS issues a stern warning against the illegal trade practice of Geysers

    The National Regulator for Compulsory Specifications (NRCS) has been inundated with complaints on the sale and advertisement of second hand/refurbished geysers that do not comply with the applicable technical regulation (VC 9006) for hot water storage tanks for domestic use. In response, the Regulator conducted inspections and discovered a surge in the illegal selling of refurbished geysers.

    All geysers, new and modified, must conform with the safety and labeling requirements as outlined in the technical regulation before being offered for sale. It is therefore required of any business trading in these products to submit an application for approval of sale to the NRCS.

    Through this process, an applicant, importer or manufacturer of a regulated products is required to submit a sample of a product and a full test report acquired from an accredited testing facility for examination, testing or evaluation to determine compliance with the relevant compulsory specifications that are in force before the Letter of Authority Certificate (LOA) is issued.

    The Regulator assesses the evidence of conformity supplied by the applicant and grant approval when the mandatory requirements have been met. This is rigorous administrative and technical process which is followed to ensure that no LOA Certificates are issued to unscrupulous traders, manufactures or importers.

    All industry players, contractors, insurance companies and other interested parties are therefore warned not to manufacture or sell non-compliant second hand or refurbished geysers if not approved by the NRCS.

    Non-compliant products are hazardous and can cause harm to consumers. Similarly, faulty geysers can easily explode or cause an electric shock when used and are also not energy efficient.

    Research has indicated that geysers account for up to 39% of household electricity bills and it is hoped that the enforcement of the regulation by the NRCS will decrease the energy demand and bring much needed relief to consumers who are feeling the effects of the global Covid-19 pandemic.

    Suppliers and manufacturers shall ensure that the product’s energy consumption information is provided on the label and dealers must ensure that they affix the supplied label on the outside of displayed products and ensure that potential end-users are provided with product energy efficiency class and energy consumption data before purchase.

    The NRCS would also like to urge South African consumers to be alert and request sellers to produce proof of compliance (LOA) for products before they purchase them.

    Enforcing VC 9006 is in line with the NRCS’s mandate of protecting human health, safety, the environment and ensuring fair trade as well as rooting out non-compliant products in the market.

    For media interviews, please contact Mirriam Moswaane on 012 482 8826 / 083 364 2007 and for technical queries please contact Bongani Khanyile on 012 482 8886


  • 01 Jul 2020 1:35 PM | Anonymous

    SqwidNet partners with the Institute of Plumbing South Africa to transform plumber training in the industry.  The Digital Plumber Training Program provides 4IR skills to future proof the business of plumbers and drive water-saving behaviour across the country.

    SqwidNet, the only licensed Sigfox operator in South Africa, has partnered with the country’s leading plumbing body, the Institute of Plumbing South Africa (IOPSA), to launch a South African first: the Digital Plumber Training Programme. This unique training programme was developed in collaboration with Macrocomm, an IoT (Internet of Things) company, and Ontec (a leading utility services provider) to provide plumbers with the digital skills and practical know-how required to embrace the digital era,  advance their customer offering and grow their business.

    “Plumbers sit at the forefront of the water challenges currently facing South Africa, but only a few know how digital solutions can eradicate many of these challenges,” says Phathizwe Malinga, managing director of SqwidNet. “This training programme is designed to empower plumbers so they can digitise their current service to their customers, commercially evolve their offerings, and drive adoption of smart water solutions.”

    The Digital Plumber Training Programme designed by Macrocomm’s Smart Academy consists of two modules: a Technical and Installation Module, and a Personal Selling Module.   The Personal Selling module adds uniqueness and depth to the programme by focussing on the propositioning and business acumen aspects needed by plumbers to develop their business model, and confidently articulate the digital-solution value to customers. 

    IOPSA and the Plumbing Industry Registration Body (PIRB) have accredited the programme and awarded four CPD (Continuing Professional Development) points to the Technical and Installation module, and three CPD points to the Personal Selling Module.   Plumbers require 25 CPD points per year to maintain their professional registration with PIRB. This programme supports and promotes the continuous development of the plumber’s skills and knowledge; offering plumbers a novel way to remain relevant and compliant with registration requirements. This training programme was originally developed as a hands-on, in-class programme, has subsequently been adapted to an online programme to suit the new regulations put in place due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

    “We crafted a specialised offering for plumbers that is designed to give them the skills, understanding, and expertise they need to expand their market share and offer their customers new and inventive solutions,” says Nick Joubert, National Training Manager at IOPSA. “They can use the skills that they learn in the programme to create consumer-friendly solutions, that they can easily sell.  Certified Digital Plumbers have the flexibility to bundle the offering as their own or develop it into more advanced solutions for the business market through partnerships.”

    “The training programme itself is delivered by IOPSA and Macrocomm, both companies providing essential expertise and support to those attending the course,” says Joubert. “It is focused on upskilling plumbers and assisting them with the transition to the IoT based smart water solutions. It also introduces them to SABS approved smart water solutions that leverage IoT to meet the pressing water scarcity issues in the country.”

    Complimentary to the Digital Plumber training is an off-the-shelf Sigfox enabled smart water solution, designed, and built with SqwidNet partners, Macrocomm and Ontec.  The solution is intuitive, simple, and cost-effective – ideally suited for certified digital plumbers to take to market. 

    SqwidNet Chief Solution Officer, Ushal Moonsamy adds that bringing together expert partners was crucial in designing the ground-breaking Digital Plumber initiative. This has resulted in the crafting of a holistic solution for plumbers that includes IoT technical and sales skills development, an easy to use smart water product, nationwide availability, and support. “It’s this type of trust and collaboration that shifts industries forward, changes behaviours and achieves exponential outcomes.”

    The smart water meter solution allows certified digital plumbers to convert their customers’ ordinary water meters quickly and easily into smart water meters.  The solution enables the plumber to advance their offering by providing a service to proactively manage leak detection, effect necessary repairs and maintenance repairs, and systematic ways in which to reduce water consumption.  When the solution detects water leaks, it instantaneously notifies the homeowner or business owner, and the plumber who can quickly and proactively fix the problem. The solution not only offers immense financial value to the user in terms of preventing bill shock – sudden astronomical bill due to undetected leaks - but also provides everyone with real-time awareness of their water usage and consumption patterns over time.  The smart water solution is app-enabled - using their mobile device, users can set goals, monitor their usage, and constructively challenge themselves to change their water-using habits.

    “Understanding how and when water is used not only saves money for the customer, but it also goes a long way towards managing the current water crisis,” concludes Malinga. “Every part of this solution, from the training course to the tools and solutions on offer, has been designed to support one of the very real challenges that our country faces today.”

    The Digital Plumber Training Programme, developed by SqwidNet, Macrocomm, Ontec, and IOPSA, is the first accredited training programme of its kind in South Africa and the local industry. It creates new opportunities for plumbers in the country and ensures that they gain highly relevant skills while completing their mandatory CPD training and simultaneously changing the game in water conservation.


  • 28 May 2020 8:41 AM | Anonymous

    Dear Rory,

    Thank you for your request for advice for plumbers to flush out pipes impacted by water stagnation during the COVID-19 lockdown. The information provided here is intended to raise awareness and provide guidance on water quality issues pertinent to stagnation resulting from the COVID-19 lockdowns with specific reference to Legionella risks. The information is based on literature currently available. As more research is done information may change.

    Guidance to managing Legionella risks in building water systems with no or reduced occupancy during COVID-19 lockdown

    In compliance to the government COVID-19 lockdown regulations, many buildings including offices, retail outlets, restaurants, hotels, factories, schools, gyms, community centres among others were left unused or sub-operational with no or low occupancy for a significant amount of time. This leads to potential water stagnation in water pipes, fixtures, and storage tanks as water usage was reduced significantly or brought to a halt in some instances. Another possible consequence of the lockdown is the inability to monitor and maintain cold or hot water systems as required. These conditions can create hazards due to deterioration of water quality with possible adverse health risks to returning occupants.

    Building water quality concerns during lockdown

    As the government begins to ease lockdown restrictions and more companies prepare to re-open, it is important that building owners and operators are aware of concerns that could threaten the quality and safety of the water in their premises. An unintended health risk that could result from the fight against COVID-19 is legionellosis.  Legionella infections can cause Legionnaires’ disease (a severe type of pneumonia) and Pontiac fever (a mild form), collectively known as legionellosis. Persons with compromised immune systems are at risk of contracting the disease, similar to COVID-19.

    A conducive environment for Legionella growth

    • A stagnant water system provides the ‘right’ conditions and a potential breeding ground for bacteria such as Legionella to proliferate due to several reasons.
      • Hot and cold water temperatures can stabilise into a range that favours Legionella growth (25–40°C)
      • The chlorine disinfectant added to the water supplied to a building can drop to ineffective levels
      • Stagnation can promote biofilms to develop in pipes and fixtures
    • Once established in a building’s plumbing, Legionella can be dispersed by aerosol generating activities, potentially exposing individuals through inhalation of aerosols

    Building water systems and devices impacted by stagnation

    Systems and devices that are prone to water stagnation during a lockdown include:

    • Toilets and showers
    • Sink faucets
    • Eye wash stations
    • Emergency showers
    • Irrigation and fire hoses
    • Cooling towers
    • Evaporative condensers
    • Decorative fountains
    • Hot tubs and spas
    • Misters, atomisers and humidifiers

    Recommendations to safe re-opening of buildings during or after the risk-adjusted easing of COVID-19 lockdown

    Building owners and operators must take all reasonably practicable precautions to control any water hygiene-related risks that may have arisen during the lockdown such as Legionella growth. Professional assistance is recommended to evaluate these factors so that appropriate measures can be taken. Given the variability and complexity of plumbing, generalizations are not possible. The main concern is whether the water poses unacceptable health risks to building occupants, which can differ drastically in terms of building size and complexity, length of shutdown, likely integrity of the system, vulnerability of occupants, and water uses. All procedures implemented should be documented.

    Risk assessment


    Risk assessments are done to check system integrity and should inform measures to be followed to restore water quality to pre-COVID conditions.


    • Review water hygiene and Legionella risk assessment to reflect current usage and consider whether there is a heightened risk of Legionella as a result of the lockdown.
    • Risk assessment should be carried out by a trained and competent person.
    • Where risk is identified, appropriate steps (such as interim control measures such as flushing or water testing and/or treatments) should be determined and actioned in a timely manner.



    Flushing replaces low quality water with high quality ‘fresh water’ from the municipal supply thereby removing contaminants and biofilms that accumulated during stagnation. Repeated flushing maybe required to bring the building water system back to baseline conditions


    ·        Consider flushing the entire building water system including hot and cold water through all points of use (showers, faucets etc.)

    • It may need to occur in segments due to facility size and water pressure issues
    • Flushing order also matters and professional assistants might be required to help understand plumbing configurations and flushing volumes

    ·        Flushing should proceed in one direction and zone-by zone, starting from the point of entry going progressively to the distal points of the plumbing system

    • It is advisable to flush cold water first followed by hot water

    ·        Consider removing some plumbing components (aerators, showerheads, filters) that restrict flow rates but remember to clean and disinfect bypassed components

    • Flushing requirements are site-specific but run the water until a constant cold water temperature is maintained and disinfectant is detected   

    Clean and disinfect fixtures


    Some components of the water system need additional measures because they can generate aerosols. Cleaning of fixtures removes contaminants and biofilms from the complex internal structures at the point of discharge.


    • Remove aerators, faucets, shower heads etc. and clean and disinfect with bleach before returning to service

    Shock disinfection


    Disinfection is particularly important when the facility serves a vulnerable population, such as immune-compromised individuals or the building is a large system with a history of contamination with Legionella or other harmful microorganisms


    • Facility staff can send a high dose of disinfectant such as chlorine through the building or raise temperatures to kill the microbes
    • Disinfectants such as chlorine are dangerous to handle and can cause serious damage to plumbing system components if not properly used
    • In most cases, flushing buildings with water that has normal amounts of chlorine as supplied by the municipality is sufficient for cleaning the water system
    • Get professional assistance regarding methods and chemicals compatible with plumbing material
    • Thoroughly flush the system before and after shock-disinfection to improve results and remove disinfectants

    How do you know if your procedure has been effective and water is now safe for use?

    • Consider collecting water samples for Legionella and portability tests at a qualified and reputable laboratory
    • Verify potable water disinfectant residuals
      • Chlorine residuals should be monitored at the point of entry to verify sufficient disinfectant levels are provided to the building
      • Chlorine residuals should also be monitored at locations throughout the building to ensure flushing minimizes degradation of disinfectant residuals at the points of use
      • Free chlorine residuals should be monitored if the building is supplied with chlorinated water, and total chlorine residuals monitored if supplied with chloramine treated water

    Worker protection

    Ensure safety of workers during the flushing, cleaning and disinfection procedures

    • Workers should be competent and appropriately trained for the work they will be doing
    • Appropriate PPE e.g. gloves, N95 masks (fit-tested), and face shields, should be worn to prevent exposure from disinfection chemicals, and potentially contaminated splashes and aerosols
    • Avoid splashing and creating aerosols during flushing by using hoses to connect taps or shower head ends directly to drains, or by opening outlets slowly
    • Prevent exposure of workers to chemicals or high temperature water by using signage or access control
    • Social distancing protocols should be observed during risk assessments, cleaning and disinfection procedures

    The information provided here is intended to raise awareness and provide guidance on water quality issues pertinent to stagnation resulting from the COVID-19 lockdowns with specific reference to Legionella risks. The information is based on literature currently available. As more research is done information may change.


    Noncy Gomba, PhD

    Senior Research Scientist

    National Health Laboratory Service

    National Institute for Occupational Health

    Immunology and Microbiology Department

    PO Box 4788, Johannesburg, 2000, RSA

    Office: +27 (0) 11 712 6404

    Email: | Website:;


    CDC Guidance for Building Water Systems:  

    CDC Guidance for Building Water Systems: Ensure the safety of your building water system and devices after a prolonged shutdown (

    Proctor, C., Rhoads, W., Keane, T., Salehi, M., Hamilton, K., Pieper, K. J., … Whelton, A. (2020, April 8). Considerations for Large Building Water Quality after Extended Stagnation.      

    Rhoads, William, and Caitlin Proctor. “Frequently Asked Questions - Building Water Safety in Response to COVID-19.” Center for Plumbing Safety - Purdue University, Purdue University,


  • 21 May 2020 9:38 AM | Anonymous


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  • 28 Apr 2020 9:21 AM | Anonymous


     Rehabilitating Stagnant Water Systems

    Post SA Lockdown COVID 19

    Dear valued members 

    As soon as the South African Lockdown COVID-19 period ends, people will start heading back to their work premises that have for weeks now been unoccupied or sparsely used as a result of the lockdown.

    We point out that that water not drawn through a plumbing system within a building over an extended period of time will become stagnant.

    Stagnation of water within building pipes and other water systems may contain excessive amounts of heavy metals. As a result this may support the accelerated growth of many microorganisms and pathogens, such as Legionella Pneumophila that can cause great harm to building occupants. Just as with the COVID-19, those that are at the greatest risk of becoming ill from such pathogens are the elderly and those who are immunocompromised.

    Plumbing systems will therefore have to be prepared for regular use again and IOPSA urges all its members to please place high importance on protecting the public’s health and safety. Therefore, attention should be given to the rehabilitation of such water systems within 5-7 days before the building is re-occupied. Please note that this period may vary from the periods given by local authorities and this would also need to be taken into consideration.

    Below are some guidelines and best practices to be considered to rehabilitate a stagnant water line for regular use again:

    Flushing of all water systems

    • ·        All water systems in buildings will need to be thoroughly flushed prior to being put back into service.
    • ·        Flushing includes the opening of all water outlet taps, mixers, showers including toilets and urinals.
    • ·        Flushing the system will purge the stagnant water and improve water quality.
    • ·        Remember to flush all drinking water fountains. Water coolers need to be emptied, cleaned as per the manufacturer’s requirements, and refilled with fresh potable water.
    • ·        All hot water storage heaters (geyser) including point of use geysers would need to be adequate flushed and heated to a minimum of 60 degrees Celsius for at least 1 hour wherever possible.


    The flushing of the water system will depend and differ from building to building. Factors such as building reticulation design and distance from service connection will be one of many factors to consider when trying to determine the time per terminal point to be flushed.

    Taking the above into account, IOPSA cannot give an exact time to allow such purging of stagnant water from each point.
    The licenced plumber will have to evaluate each case on merit and also take into account means to try reduce unnecessary water wastage such as the testing of water quality

    IOPSA encourages good health practices and we urge our members and their staff attending to such rehabilitation of stagnant water systems to please take care and wear the correct PPE. Remember to open taps slowly to avoid splashing and before flushing toilets to close the toilet lids to prevent aerosols filling or splashing from the toilet.

    Other building water systems

    All other water systems in a building, such as water re-use systems (storage tanks), water features such as fountains, and irrigation systems will need to be flushed. Please remember to follow the manufacturer recommendations for disinfecting such water systems. Please refer to SANS 10252-1 ref 6.5.2 and 9.3.2 for more guidance.

    Floor drains and grease traps

    In respect of buildings that have floor drains - be sure to clean and flush the drain and to make sure that the trap is fully restored in order to keep sewer gases from entering the building.

    Grease traps and gulleys need to be cleared, cleaned, and flushed.

    Additional considerations

    Removal and cleaning of end-point devices such as faucet aerators, drinking fountain, water filtration systems, point of use water heaters and filtration systems would be a good practice.
    (Please consult the manufacturer on specific procedures to be followed)

    We recommend that should the occupants need to drink water that they either use bottled water or boil the water first and allow it to cool down before consuming it. This should be implemented for at least the first week of re-occupying the building to allow the water lines to be sufficiently flushed.

    IOPSA Management and staff take this opportunity to thank each and every IOPSA member for their role and contribution to the plumbing industry and especially to the health and safety of our nation.

    Steve van Zyl
    National Technical Manager

    This document may be amended as we identify new or better remedial procedures and recommendations that can be made in protecting our potable water.

    To download the formal statement click here

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    David Stuthard Plumbing & Electrical 041 364 0025 Eastern Cape
    Davnic Plumbing 0100203218 Gauteng
    De Wet Projects T/A Buildview 076 148 1974 Gauteng
    Del Electrical Group (Pty) Ltd 051 101 1660 Free State
    Deniel's Plumbing 041 371 5132 Eastern Cape
    Denis Plumbers cc 044 874 4408 Southern Cape
    Detecta Leak cc (Start date confirmed) +27 861005325 Kwazulu Natal
    Dikose Trading 073 126 1993 Kwazulu Natal
    DMS Plumbing 0114322825 Gauteng
    Drain Away (Start date confirmed) +27 396952307 Kwazulu Natal
    Drain Meister CC 031 700 6040 Kwazulu Natal
    Drainmen Services Group (Pty) Ltd 0215574645 Western Cape
    Drips Plumbing +27 214342262 Western Cape
    Du Preez Loodgieters (Start date confirmed) +27 422960994 Eastern Cape
    East Cape Plumbing (Pty) Ltd. 041 450 0055 Eastern Cape
    ER Plumbing 012 377 0454 Gauteng
    ESL Plumbing (Pty) Ltd 051 430 0323 Free State
    Euro Aquatech 021 8828739 Western Cape
    Everstream Trading 450 011 041 6190 Gauteng
    F&P Contracts CC t/a Ferro Plumbing (Start date confirmed) +27 114350754 Gauteng
    Fluschwell Plumbers cc 031 205 2132 Kwazulu Natal
    Fouche Plumbers 057 3531600 Free State
    Ganga Plumbers +27 312626871 Kwazulu Natal
    GDM Plumbing & Projects (Pty) Ltd 0835557973 Gauteng
    Geezers Plumbing +27 114310327 Gauteng
    Gerald Schmidt Plumbers cc 041 365 4634 Eastern Cape
    Gert Fraser Loodgieters +27 514302994 Free State
    Geyser Guy Plumbers +27 448841336 Southern Cape
    Global Plumbers +27 437221386 Border
    HB Plumbing CC +27 219870160 Western Cape
    Helderberg Fusion Plumbing 087 822 1557 Western Cape
    Hi-Flo Plumbing +27 215575043 Western Cape
    HMS Plumbers 0659692597 Kwazulu Natal
    Home Plumbing Services CC 021 852 2815 Western Cape
    I.L. Fraser Plumbers CC +27114026360 Gauteng
    Independent Plumbing Suppliers 011 444 0893 Gauteng
    Industrial Plumbers t/a DA Richardson Plumbing 083 284 6135 Border
    Infallible Trading 0415823202 Eastern Cape
    Ionic Gas, Plumbing,Electrical & Construction 0838900989 Gauteng
    J and Z Sprinkler Systems 011 888 4965 Gauteng
    Jacks Konstruksie +27 178197733 Mpumulanga
    Jadas Plumbing Works (Pty) Ltd 079 648 4077 Gauteng
    Jama Jamela Holdings (Pty) Ltd 011 888 7217 Gauteng
    Jannie Van Graaff Loodgieters 018 297 8168 North West
    JAW Plumbing 0764001003 Free State
    Jazzman Sanitary Engineers CC (Start date confirmed) 0861 728 337 Gauteng
    JNT Engineering Services (Pty) Ltd. (Start date confirmed) +27 413695046 Eastern Cape
    Just Domestic T/A Domestic Industries +27 315770770 Kwazulu Natal
    Just Plumbing and Flooring Supplies 123 CC 824,111,432 Border
    Karl Witthuhn Plumbers +27 413671898 Eastern Cape
    KD Plumbing +27 763708059 Western Cape
    Ken Harrison Reliable Plumbers 081 282 7765 Gauteng
    Kufenim Plumbing and Projects (Pty) Ltd 083 508 8808 Gauteng
    KZN HEALTH DEPARTMENT 073 415 3810  
    L.J.R. Plumbing Supplies +27 123330910 Gauteng
    Langenhovenpark Loodgieters +27 514333656 Free State
    Leakfind CC +27 215514894 Western Cape
    Leakfinda East London +27 437482173 Border
    Leano Construction Solutions (Pty) Ltd 011 027 1541 Gauteng
    Leon Abelson Plumbers +27 118853009 Gauteng
    Lifetime Plumbing (Pty) Ltd. +27 117943870 Gauteng
    Lixil Africa +27 119515000 Gauteng
    L-K Plumbing Services Western Cape (Pty) Ltd 0796812949 Western Cape
    Logos Plumbing Maintenance CC 012 665 1149 Gauteng
    Loots Loodgieters (Start date confirmed) 083 688 7174 Free State
    LVR Construction CC 031 536 2345 Kwazulu Natal
    M&J Distrubution t/a Elnino Solar 041 365 0498 Eastern Cape
    Macneil Distributors Eastern Cape 041 4510400 Eastern Cape
    Makhanya's Plumbing +27 832830995 Kwazulu Natal
    Mamba Plumbing Projects and Services cc +27 313124528 Kwazulu Natal
    Mapa Cleaning Technologies 011 608 3290 Gauteng
    Matriarch Contractors CC 035 474 1936 Kwazulu Natal
    Mike's Plumbing +27 437227671 Border
    Mobile Leak Detection And Plumbing (Start date confirmed) 011 862 1017 Gauteng
    Modl Plumbers 083 504 8640 Kwazulu Natal
    Monster Plumbing CC (CONFIRMED START DATE) 0861 666 783 Western Cape
    Mr. Fix-It 031 261 1978 Kwazulu Natal
    Mr. Plumb +27 219768234 Western Cape
    MSM Plumbing (Pty) Ltd 083 751 3443 Gauteng
    Muller Mokoena CC (M&M Plumbing)(Start date confirmed) +27 583034681 Free State
    Mzunku Trading & Distribution 057 352 1629 Free State
    National Leak Detection (Pty) Ltd 081 372 6156 Gauteng
    Nembwe Plumbing & Maintenance Projects 011 675 3967 Gauteng
    New Era Plumbers +27 315643814 Kwazulu Natal
    New-Era Construction +27 828254598 Kwazulu Natal
    NM Plumbing & Electrical CC 0826938848 Gauteng
    Nu-Gen Plumbing & Leak Detection 031 923 3173 Kwazulu Natal
    On Tap East London +27 437437606 Border
    On Tap Jeffrey's Bay +27 422960017 Eastern Cape
    On Tap King Williams Town 0436421859 Border
    On Tap Mthatha +27 475310631 Border
    On Tap Queenstown 0458381491 Border
    Optimus Plumbing 012 546 0415 Gauteng
    Owen P (PTY) Ltd +27 414843671 Eastern Cape
    Panorama Plumbers 082 828 4648 Gauteng
    Patrick's Plumbing & Maintenance +27 726361367 Border
    PCR Contractors +27 538611899 Free State
    PDK Plumbing 0790962439 Free State
    Penny Wise Plumbing 079 909 9320 Free State
    Phuzanawe Plumbers CC 076 671 6614 Kwazulu Natal
    Piet Naude Loodgieters 0514302496 Free State
    Pieter Rademeyer Plumbers 041 365 0115 Eastern Cape
    Pipe Cleaning and Drains CC 011 789 3838 Gauteng
    PJS Plumbers (Pty) Ltd 031 462 1413 Kwazulu Natal
    PJ's Plumbing & Guttering 011 640 6180 Gauteng
    Plumb It Plumbing Repairs Installations (Pty) Ltd 039 976 0903 Kwazulu Natal
    Plumb Venture CC +27 215598084 Western Cape
    PlumbCare +27 317643674 Kwazulu Natal
    Plumber Boyz (Start date confirmed) +27 349800734 Kwazulu Natal
    Plumbers on Call +27 860555555 Gauteng
    Plumbglo Plumbers (Pty) Ltd 010 900 4003 Gauteng
    Plumbing Kzn 0325254123 Kwazulu Natal
    Plumbing Solutions Western Cape (Confirmed start date) 021 903 2911 Western Cape
    Plumbing Unlimited +27 514487170 Free State
    Plumbleak Cape 021 949 9393 Western Cape
    Plumblink East London (Reg Office) +27 437222531 Border
    Plumblink Mthatha +27 475322175 Border
    Plumblink Newton Park 041 365 0031 Eastern Cape
    Plumbwave CC 031 332 4042 Kwazulu Natal
    Plumston CC 072 820 5473 Gauteng
    Plumvac Projects and Services (Pty) Ltd 021 556 5564 Western Cape
    Popeye's Plumbers +27 515252935 Free State
    Potties Plumbers (Pty) Ltd 079 356 0036 Southern Cape
    PP Construction +27 366314825 Kwazulu Natal
    Prince Plumbers and Leak Detectors 0739671738 Western Cape
    PT Dillon Plumb-Tech (Pty) Ltd 084 698 7417 Free State
    Pure Plumbing 082 372 5960 Western Cape
    R & M Plumbers CC 0413635233 Eastern Cape
    R Du Toit Building Contractors CC +27 117920583 Gauteng
    R&S Plumbing 083 963 4479 Free State
    Radinthe Plumbing Steelworks Valves Services 012 756 4546 Gauteng
    Res-Q Plumbers CC +27 110288198 Gauteng
    Rho-Aqua Services CC t/a Beach Plumbing Services 0393173040 Kwazulu Natal
    Robert G Plumbing t/a The Plumbery +27 219762058 Western Cape
    Rossouw Loodgieters +27 51 011 6938 Free State
    Rubiflo (Pty) Ltd trading as Lloyd's Plumbers 041 581 2292 Eastern Cape
    S60 Rapid Plumbing 011 762 8860 Gauteng
    Sanaqua Plumbing Supplies (Pty) Ltd 011 794 4828 Gauteng
    Sarba Loodgieters +27 827703520 Free State
    Savvy Civils & Plumbing (Pty) Ltd 011 894 3942 Gauteng
    SDT Plumbers 031 708 5303 Kwazulu Natal
    SE Industries 041 372 1164 Eastern Cape
    Sea Point Plumbing (Start date confirmed) 021 434 9132 Western Cape
    Shones Plumbing (Pty) Ltd 072 226 8321 Border
    Shurflow Plumbing 057 353 1348 Free State
    Silver Obelisk t/a CRK Maintenance 010 599 2441 Gauteng
    Silver Solutions 1273cc T/A KZN Plumbing 081 301 4803 Kwazulu Natal
    Siyazama Property Maintenance 011 453 3459 Gauteng
    SKN Plumbing Solutions CC (Start date confirmed) +27 314661446 Kwazulu Natal
    SNS Plumbing and Projects Specialist CC (Start date confirmed) +27 119433854 Gauteng
    Southern Cape Solar Solutions 044 523 7583 Southern Cape
    Speedfit Africa +27 31 569 3073 Kwazulu Natal
    Splash Leak Detection Services CC 0215573743 Western Cape
    Splashworks +27 117082676 Gauteng
    Square Circle international 0315009889 Kwazulu Natal
    Stefmar Construction & Plumbing +27 446981141 Southern Cape
    Steve's Plumbers +27 414510071 Eastern Cape
    Steyns Plumbing 072 271 8874 Gauteng
    Stiles Plumbing & Sanware 044 8713222 Southern Cape
    Stonley's Plumbing Services 082 324 7778 Gauteng
    Strydom Loodgieters cc 015 590 7236 Gauteng
    Sunridge Importers and Wholesalers (Pty) Ltd 086 134 4434 Kwazulu Natal
    Supadrain +27 113145054 Gauteng
    T and G Associates 083 377 2043 Gauteng
    t/a RPS Builders & Plumbers (Brenmon Business Trust) 041 360 2440 Eastern Cape
    THBO Trading & Projects 0861 00 885 Gauteng
    The Plumber Border +27 437400220 Border
    The Ubuntu Construction Company 031 811 7084 Kwazulu Natal
    Thembridge Support Services 0113630044 Gauteng
    TJS Maintenance 0113167771 Gauteng
    Top Class Plumbing (Pty) Ltd 076 621 3063 Western Cape
    Trio Plumbers & Civil Contractors CC +27 119741559 Gauteng
    Tyrone's Plumbing Services (Confirmed start date) +27 836026792 Border
    Umfula Plumbing Services (Pty) Ltd 011 900 7062 Gauteng
    UPP Group 011 792 6222 Gauteng
    Watt's Plumbing +27 217881114 Western Cape
    Waynes Plumbing 082 416 5335 Gauteng
    WayWes Plumbing Services 0217882348 Western Cape
    Werthwhile Plumbers +27 415812949 Eastern Cape
    Williamson Plumbers CC (Start date confirmed) 031 563 3520 Kwazulu Natal
    Willie Hallaby Plumbers 056 811 4217 Free State
    Woolwick Investments (Pty) Ltd t/a Thermowise 032 947 0377 Kwazulu Natal
    Wynberg Plumbing +27 217611861 Western Cape
    Ya Mampela Glass and Projects 012 772 4321 Gauteng
    YSF Building Plumbing and Electrical (Pty) Ltd 060 489 9144 Gauteng
    Z Macz (Pty) Ltd 034 981 0374 Kwazulu Natal
    Zero 2 One Plumbing 082 789 1076 Western Cape
    Zipp Plumbers CC 031 2661396 Kwazulu Natal

* Please note that all articles are dated and content was valid at the time of publication. 



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