Socio-economic Development

BENEFICIARIES’ TO-DATE

Droogfontein Solar Power’s Economic Development Programme has contributed over R10.5-million during the first 2 years of operations.  An amount of R7.5-million, has been contributed to a number of social economic beneficiaries. R3-million, has been allocated to the benefit of various local businesses, as part of our enterprise development programme.

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School Literacy Programme

R197 000 literacy programme implemented across 10 local schools to help learners improve reading and spelling. Spell It’s goal is “Learn-Ready” a literacy programme, which...
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Telematics Programme

R538 609 to install the satellite broadcast programme in high schools. We are providing learners with the opportunity to improve their competency and aptitude...
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Early Childhood Development Resources

R444 890 towards ECD teaching aids and resources to create centres of education Investment in the development, care and protection of children’s needs, is...
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Scholarship Fund for Engineering Students

Renewable Energy Scholarship Fund contributed R669 000 to develop young engineering students This scholarship programme enables young mechatronics and electrical engineering students from around...
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Reading Coach Programme

R390 000+ Contributed Towards a Foundation Phase Reading Coach Support Programme Across 5 Local Community Schools. One of the highlights of Droogfontein’s Solar Power’s...
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Water Purification for Local Communities

A water purification plant, to the value of R330 000, has been implemented to provide families in Riverton with clean purified water. This project...
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Learners Receive Uniforms

A donation to the value of R66 000 has been made to provide both summer and winter school uniforms for learners at the Waterworks...
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Social Needs Study

A Social Needs Study, at a cost of R403 000 has been conducted to identify the needs of the 104 families that make up...
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Audit of Early Childhood Development Centres

R45 000 has been spent on a comprehensive Early Childhood Development audit to ensure that programmes will be effective and valuable to the communities...
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Droogfontein Community Property Association

R678 000 has been contributed to the Droogfontein Community Property Association (CPA) to support enterprise development programmes. Droogfontein Solar Power provided funds to the...

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Majority shareholder, Globeleq is jointly managing the construction of Droogfontein Solar and will play a key role as the management company during operations.