Eden children are WaterWise:

Aphelele Ndamane a Gr R pupil at Tyholora Primary is WaterWise.

NSRI’s Wilderness based WaterWise Academy Instructor, Liza Wigley, sent us some photographs that she took during the water safety classes that she gave last month. Teaching children about water safety is Liza’s passion. You can see it in the children’s faces. Read more about the WaterWise Academy by clicking here.


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Thank you TNPA:

Percy, Thandi, Kenneth and Alison with a class.

Thandi Mlangeni of Transnet National Ports Authority (TNPA) and NSRI’S Alison Smith, loved watching a WaterWise presentation by Kenneth Gagela at Margaret Gwela Primary school in Soweto. TNPA sponsor six of the WaterWise Academy Instructors and are strong supporters of educating children about water safety. After the class Thandi joined Kenneth and his fellow Johannesburg


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WaterWise trip to Coffee Bay:

Eoudia, Roy and Debbie at

Eoudia Erasmus who teaches WaterWise in the Ceres area, visited our Eastern Cape based instructor, Debbie Smith, to do some intensive WaterWise teaching in the Coffee Bay area after the Eastern Cape police reported that many people, including children, drowned there over the festive season. Coffee Bay is 197 km’s from Port St John’s (3 hour drive one


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Happy Valentines Day!

Eoudia Erasmus and a class Learners from AvianPark Primary school near Worcester.

When the WaterWise Instructors arrived at schools to teach water safety this morning they found many of the children dressed up for Valentines day, and wearing red shirts our instructors fitted the Valentines spirit perfectly!        


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WaterWise in the rural Eastern Cape:

Debbie and some of the children who are now WaterWise.

WaterWise Instructor Debbie Smith, who is based in Port St Johns reports on teaching the rural children surrounding the coastal town about water safety: “Huge fun was had introducing the jiga jive to our learners this month, watching them show me in turn how they jiga jive ahead of their learning session.  Learning is about


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