Well here we are: another month, another cable theft. If anyone out there has been trying to reach Solstech, Telkom's regular as clockwork donation of our phone lines to the impoverished copper thieves of North West has. I'm sure, fed many stomachs in this new year. We are happy to do our part for the less fortunate communities of our fair country, it would just be nice if we could see some tax deductions for our involuntary philanthropy. Or even, a thank you and I don't mean a Telkom "Thank you for your patience" SMS.
Please, do not hesitate to use our contact form on the site, if there are any queries.
Happy New Year from Solstech
So begins a new year. Mad, intense, with the holiday feeling like an SABC3 commercial break: Happening exactly at the wrong time and breaking the action.
But enough about us and our brand new Plastic Airleg, our UV Drill Rig, our research and development schedule and our new Steelpoort Rockdrill Maintenance Workshop, for that you'll have to keep watching for the official pages that are being created for this site and contact us if you have any questions in the meantime.
May the highs of 2011 be the lows of 2012 and we hope to hear from you all.
Well, hello there. It’s been a while since there have been any posts on the site, this does not mean that a freak accident has claimed our lives or that rebellion has stopped our ambitious company in its tracks, it simply means that our server had crashed, our phone lines had been stolen and our work force stretched thin to meet our production deadlines on a number of large orders.
Look out for new pages about some of our recent projects, a possible site revamp and feel free to go check our Facebook page.
Solstech has its own Facebook Page now, as well. Feel free to add us. Pics will be posted as we cycle through a quiet period, usually around 15 minutes, once a month, around the 20th.
Well, Solstech seems to be connected to the rest of the world again, for the time being. Just in time to discover London in flames and that municipal workers want to do exactly the opposite of what they’re supposed to, i.e. throw garbage in the streets for free, instead of getting paid to keep those selfsame streets clear of above- mentioned rubbish.
It seems Telkom has found and dealt with the problems in our area for the moment and as such, Solstech is now in contact with the outside world again.
If you have failed to reach us in this time of hardship, please, call.
We’ve most likely missed you.
If anyone out there is having trouble contacting Solstech, don’t worry, we’re having trouble contacting you, as well. Telkom, assures us that it is doing everything in its power to rectify this. If anyone is trying to reach us, do so through the website and we will respond directly.
Solstech features in the June edition of Mining Weekly, pick up a copy (if you can find one) or simply follow the link to the online article:
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