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In Memory of Peter Pretorius
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In Memory of Peter Pretorius

On the 9th of August, the world lost a legend, the poverty stricken in Africa lost one of their greatest champions, we lost our leader, Ann lost her partner and husband, the Pretorius family lost their father and Oupa and heaven welcomed a true hero. Our JAM father Peter Pretorius passed away and went to be with Jesus. Please hold the family in your prayers and respect their privacy at this time. Read more

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Ubuntu Awards South Africa 2018

Our founders, Peter and Ann Pretorius, are proud recipients on behalf of the JAM team, of the 4th annual Ubuntu 2018 award in the Social Responsibility category. South African President, Cyril Ramaphosa paid tribute to the award winners saying, " Those who received this award should know that this is an honor in remembrance of Nelson Mandela's Dream". Click on the link to view the heartfelt acceptance speech of Peter and Ann Pretorius and the congratulatory handshake from the President of South Africa, President Cyril Ramaphosa. Watch Video
Western Cape Crisis: local NGO to drill for water press release
Western Cape Crisis: local NGO to drill for water press release

Western Cape Crisis: local NGO to drill for water press release

Livelihoods slowly crumbling to dust” is how a Times Live article, this week, described the Western Cape water crisis. It’s a topic nobody can avoid as it dominates newswires around the globe, even as far afield as the USA, with the New York Times headline reading ‘Dangerously Low on Water, Cape Town Now Faces Day Zero. Read more

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