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PureJoy Water fills up residents’ empty water cans in Ermelo

When arriving in Wesselton at the first school, desperate residents came to the water trucks asking for water.

PureJoy Water recently donated water to 300 households and two crèches after hearing the pleas of the community in Wesselton.

According to Julia Basson, a resident who tries to assist with the water problems in town, areas of Suncity and Khayelisha were without water for almost a month.

One of the owners PureJoy Water, Ansomé Prinsloo, decided she wants to help the crèches in Wesselton with clean drinking water.

When arriving in Wesselton at the first school, desperate residents came to the water trucks asking for water.

Ansomé Prinsloo, Julia Basson, Jan Minnaar, Hanief Mahomed, Justin van Wyk and Sphenkosi Manana deliver the water to community of Khayelisha. Photo | René Joubert

The staff of PureJoy could not refuse to share water with the residents, and immediately realised the urgent need for help.

Shortly after the outreach, the car group, the Docrat Group, approached them and offered to donated 3 000L of water to be distributed in Wesselton.

PureJoy Water, along with members of the Docrat Group, delivered water to the community of Khayelisha on February 14.

“This is how we build a community – by helping the poor who do not have transport or funds to go to town to buy water,” Basson said.

She urged businesses who want to contribute to the project to contact her on 060 905 7150

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