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Encouraging Maths and Science - Deep Rural Kwazulu Natal - Rural Development

GeoSolEarth brings hope to deep rural areas. Encouraging Maths and Science as well as interacting with learners, teachers and the community, we provide valuable online technological resources that promote entrepreneur development. A large number of schools are very deep rural and lacking basic facilities such as libraries, halls, sports fields, assembly areas etc. Ekuphiweni - Devondale - Qudeni - Emangidini - Nkabane - Sdashi - Mzimhlophe #Mnqandi #DBSA #RamgoolamGroup #Ramgoolam #SkillsDevelopment #JobCreation #SouthAfrica pic.twitter.com/0yB7LlNFmM — ☆ GEOSOLEARTH (@GeoSolEarth) October 9, 2019 Mona Primary School - Ekuphiweni Isigcalaba - Nkandla Rural - Mbiswe - Malunga   The Areas of Mpendle - Makhayiyana - Ziyendane - Khovothi - Mandeni Little Dreamers 👨‍💻 Mthwana Primary School pic.twitter.com/Mpdtb8FpvQ — ☆ GEOSOLEARTH (@GeoSolEarth) October 14, 2019

Going Green in South Africa - Waste Management and Recycling

Why Waste  in conjunction with the  Kwazulu Natal Department of Economic Development and Tourism  recently hosted a Waste Management and Environmental Conservation Workshop at the Ladysmith Department of Public Works Auditorium. Stakeholders from Business and Government were in attendance. Topics Presented included: 1. Pollution and Contamination of Water and Air Resources. 2. Waste Management. 3. Waste Disposal and Contributing Factors. 4. Recycling and Job Creation within South Africa. 5. Waste Recovery and Prevention. 6. Environmental Degradation. 7. Education and the Environment. 8. The South African Waste Act. 9. Individual Accountability. 10 Waste Business Opportunities. Presentations were conducted and various stakeholders present included: DET - Department of Environmental Affairs and Tourism. DAFF - Department of Agriculture Fisheries and Forestry. NDEA - National Department of Environmental Affairs. Uthukela District Municipality. Okhahlamba Local Mu

Rural Access Roads - Deep Rural South Africa - Makekeni and Ezimbokodweni

Access roads provide opportunities for sustainable development to deep rural communities. These vital roads allow movement of both people and goods. The  Okhahlamba Municipality  has undertaken the initiative to provide access roads to the rural communities of Makekeni and Ezimbokodweni. The  Drakensberg Mountains  world heritage site is home to thousands of  local and international tourists. Madudla Contractors together with Maxode Projects and  Geotechnical Solutions  have lent valuable expertise and experience. Job Creation, Skills Development and Women Empowerment in rural areas build confidence and improve the local communities. More Drakensberg Videos...  Drakensberg Adventure On Other Travel Blogs ...  Spioenkop Dam and Nature Reserve Tugela Ferry - Msinga - Muden - Weenen - Job Creation - Skills Development Geotechnical Investigations - Compaction Testing - Mod AASHTO - Soil Grading Analysis - Atterberg Limits - DCP Testi

One Home - One Garden

The One Home, One Garden initiative has been undertaken to empower deep rural area populations. The  South African Department of Health  runs and encourages the initiative. The Department provides essential medical services to poor deep rural communities located all over South Africa. Deep Rural - Mkhwamunye and Nhkezuka looking towards Mazabeko Most clinics have beautiful gardens cultivating fresh produce ... Nondweni Clinic (below)... These Gardens enable local skills development and provide various income opportunities to the local community folk. Geotechnical Solutions  together with the  The Rangoolam Group  has undertaken various challenges enabling the construction of essential sanitation and water services to these remote areas and clinics. Clinics outlined included Rorkes Drift Clinic - Hlathi Dam Clinic - Nondweni Clinic - Mazabeko Clinic - Collessie Clinic - Mandleni Clinic - Eshane Clinic - - Douglas Clinic - Ethembeni Clinic ...  Tugel

Rural Skills Development and Job Creation - South Africa

GeoSolEarth  is proud to be a part of rural skills development and job creation. Most of the areas we service are poor with high unemployment rates. The roads we travel on are gravel dirt roads and the areas lack electricity, sanitation and clean drinking water. We are however very fortunate to still see smiles on the faces of local kids and people... Our  Geotechnical Solutions  staff are always blown away by the warm welcomes and happy faces. Happy Faces at Dukuza High School... Emkhuphula Learners always had the most interesting stories... Skills Development and Job Creation in Emmaus... Empowering the Community within the Building and Construction Sectors... Learners at Nteneshana Primary School faces challenges of No Water and No Electricity... The little ones at Mzomusha Primary hardly left us alone... There is also a lack of classrooms and no maths or science teachers... Tugela Ferry - Msinga - Muden - Weenen - Job Crea

Tugela Ferry - Msinga - Muden Adventure - Rural Skills Development - Job Creation

The Kwazulu-Natal Department of Public Works has undertaken a school sanitation project to construct new toilet blocks for male and female, grade R learners and teachers in the Umzinyathi District   M unicipality located within the Kwazulu-Natal province. Various schools were identified within the Muden, Tugela Ferry and Msinga areas for geotechnical investigation studies. The Ramgoolam Group   together with Naidu Consulting Engineers   have requested Geotechnical Solutions (Pty) Ltd   to carry out geotechnical investigation studies for selected schools. Here is our Adventure... Tugela Ferry is a town on the northern bank of the Tugela River, in central KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. During the apartheid era it formed part of the KwaZulu homeland, and at present it is included in the Umzinyathi District Municipality.... Schools included: GeoSolutions List of Learner Schools Emachunwini - Holwane - Mzomusha - Ntshishili - Sibumba - Nomaqulu - Bethulo - Pano - Kus