Soup days, Cake sales, raffles and 1 minute bid or buy antics  became part of our Irritech 2018 pledge to Santas Shoebox Project,

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Santas Shoe Box 11

We managed to raise  enough funds to hand pick and pack 80 Santa’s shoeboxes for children less privileged. The staff at Irritech all went the extra mile to dig deep within their own budgets and contribute to this really worthy cause. 

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Santas Shoe Box 3

Thank you so much to all the staff at Irritech for making this happen.


Congratulations to Robert Scott for winning this month's photo competition!

Robert Scott

The above photo is of Irritech's stand at the recent Underberg Show.

It is with a sad heart that we bid Lorraine Mutale farewell. Lorraine, has made the brave decision to head back to school to study Business Administration. After 4 years with Zambian Irritech, Lorraine has become a very important part of the Zambian office and we will all truly miss her.

Lorraine, we wish you good luck in your future and you are always welcome to come back to Irritech for a catch-up; we know that everyone will be excited to see you!

Irritech thanks you for all your hard work that you have put into our business over the years. It has been an exciting and challenging period with lots of growth and change and you have been steadfast through it all. Your friendly smile and contagious laugh will be missed!

Lorraine M

Thank you again Lorraine!

Congratulations to Majorie Milambo for winning this month's photo competition!


The above photo is of Majorie's crops under the dripkit irrgation purchased through Irritech.

Irritech was a proud sponsor of this year’s Kamberg Outdoor challenge!

As we have come to expect the day was wonderfully organized and perfectly executed, with the usual chilly morning, hot coffee and bacon and egg rolls the #irriteam was ready to go!

This year’s team: Kamberg Challenge 30

  1. Shaun Griffen (Mooi River Farmer)
  2. Andrew Morphew (Karkloof Farmer)
  3. Paul Anders (Irritech Engineer)
  4. Robert Scott (Irritech Technician)

The morning was jammed packed with clay pigeon shooting, wheel barrow races, a bakkie load and push, a tractor and trailer race, and the crowd-pleasing electric fence threading challenge!

After a hearty lunch was an afternoon of fly fishing and battling the wind. Where the team managed to catch a total of 7 trout!

As usual the Kamberg ladies pulled out all the stops for a delicious supper to be enjoyed during the prize giving, in which the #irriteam’s enthusiasm earned 8th place over all!

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*Photo’s credit to Karen E Photography - See her work here: