Media Room

Latest News

@lepelleW

Twitter

Load More...

Dam Levels

97.9

De Hoop Dam %

61.3

GLEN ALPINE Dam %

100.0

Moloko Dam %

40.1

Doorndraai Dam %

100.3

Magoebaskloof Dam %

100.9

Nandoni Dam %

100.2

Ebenezer Dam %

9.0

MIDDLE LATABA Dam %

79.2

NSAMI’S DAM (GIYANI) %

88.8

FLAG BOSHIELO Dam %

73.9

MODJADJI DAM %

98.9

TZANEEN DAM %

NOTICE TO ALL NEW ENTRANT SUPPLIERS IN THE MARKET

 

Lepelle Northern Water (LNW) hereby invites new entrant suppliers in the market who are registered on National Treasury‘s Central Supplier Database (CSD), who have never worked or have not received any opportunities from any organ of state and are aspiring to do business with LNW, to complete LNW Supplier Registration forms and attach additional documents required for vetting purposes to submit it for registration on our database.

 

Take note that only suppliers who have never been successful in supplying services to any organs of state are allowed to submit the forms.

 

The forms can be obtained from LNW’s Head Office at 1 Landdros Maré Street, Polokwane, 0699 or on http://www.lepellewater.com from 11 May 2022. In addition, the forms can be mailed upon request.

 

Supplier registration-related enquiries may be directed to Lesetja Mosomane or Abigail Sebaka on 015 295 1859/1809 or via email sent to lesetjam@lepelle.co.za or abigails@lepelle.co.za from Mondays to Fridays between 08:00 and 16:30.

LNW DATABASE FORM

Testing Services

SANAS Accredited Laboratory

Our SANAS Accredited Laboratory is available for use

For any enquiries please contact Scientific Services Unit:

maserolem@lepelle.co.za

Lebos@lepelle.co.za

information@lepelle.co.za

Convenience sample collection services is available on arrangements.

South African National Accreditation System
Lepelle Northern Water
  • • Total coliforms (MPN/100ml)
  • • E. coli( MPN/100ml)
  • • Faecal Coliforms (MPN/100ml)
  • • Heterotrophic plate Count (cfu/ml)
  • • Conductivity @25®C (Ms/m)
  • • Dissolved solids cal(mg/l)
  • • pH@@25®C(pH units )
  • • Turbidity NTU
  • • Color mg/l/Pt-co
  • • Ammonia(mg/l)
  • • Aluminium (mg/l
  • • Calcium(mg/l
  • • Calcium(mg/l
  • • Fluorides (mg/l)
  • • Iron(µg/l)
  • • Cadmium (mg/l)
  • • Chromium(µg/l)
  • • Magnesium (mg/l)
  • • Manganese(µg/l)
  • • Lead (µg/l)
  • • Nitrate and Nitrite(mg/l)
  • • Sulphate as SO4(mg/l)
  • • Total Alkalinity (mg/l)
  • • Total Hardness(mg/l)
  • • Zinc(mg/l)
  • • Zinc(mg/l)
  • • Total organic carbon (mg/l)
  • • Total organic carbon (mg/l)

NOTICE

UNETHICAL BEHAVIOUR CAN NEGATIVELY IMPACT ON ORGANISATIONAL SERVICE DELIVERY

Ethics in the workplace address ethical values applied in decision-making, conduct and the relationship between the organisation and its stakeholders and broader society.

 

The importance of ethical behaviour in the workplace talks to the following:

  1. Reputation (good)
  2. Stakeholder trust
  3. Investor confidence
  4. Discerning clients
  5. Attracting and retaining employees

 

Risks associated with unethical are not limited to:

  1. Scandal
  2. Loss due to fraud, theft or corruption
  3. Stakeholder alienation
  4. Staff dissatisfaction and uncertainty
  5. Litigation

 

Through all their liaison, LNW’s Board, management, staff and clients commit themselves to maintaining the highest standards of competence, integrity and ethical behaviour, thereby ensuring that the reputation of the organisation is irreproachable.

 

All stakeholders are requested to use our anti-fraud hotline to report any unethical behaviour by calling