About Just Water Southern Cape

About Us

Just Water Southern Cape is part of the Just Water Group, established in 1998. The Southern Cape franchise is under current ownership since 2013.

We operate our own water-purifying and bottling plant in George, blowing our own bottles, and distribute our wide variety of beverages and purified water, as well as low-GI popcorn, from Plettenberg Bay to Swellendam, as well as to Oudtshoorn.

Registered on the Western Cape Province Suppliers' database.

Relationship between Head Office and Just Water Souther Cape

The Factory

Just Water Southern Cape Factory

Bottling Process

Just Water Southern Cape Factory

Bottle Blowing

Just Water Southern Cape Factory

Bottle Wrapping

What We Offer

Purification process

The latest purification process and stations

Reverse Osmosis

Ozone and UV treated water

Health Benefits

Repeated reverse-osmosis purification

Food & Safety Accreditation

National Food and Safety accreditation

Heart Foundation

Heart Foundation endorsement for our
water products


A wide variety of products to suit the consumer's needs, ranging from 330 ml to 20 L

Our Food and Safety rating is being maintained through regular on-site inspections of manufacturing facilities, and regular re-testing of products to ensure that they continue to meet the same high standards required to maintain certification over time.

What is reverse osmosis?

What is reverse osmosis?

A simple and straightforward water filtration process

Reverse Osmosis (RO) is a water treatment process that removes contaminants from water by using pressure to force water molecules through a semipermeable membrane. During this process, the contaminants are filtered out and flushed away, leaving clean, delicious drinking water. Reverse osmosis is capable of removing up to 99 percent of 65 different contaminants including lead, fluoride, pesticides, sulfates, bacteria, pharmaceuticals and much more.

Will reverse osmosis remove healthy minerals from water?

Tap water varies with each city and water source. Some tap water is heavy in mineral content which can affect the taste and smell of water. Filtering water with a reverse osmosis system will remove the majority of minerals in water and greatly improve the aesthetics of drinking water. Because minerals in water are in an inorganic state that our bodies cannot digest, removing the minerals does not make RO-filtered water unhealthy. So keep in mind that while minerals are essential for proper health, food is the primary source of the minerals our bodies need to be healthy, and in a form our bodies can digest.

Our Team

Duan Jonker

Duan JonkerGeneral Manager

Michelle Plaatjies

Michelle PlaatjiesOperations

Lariska Jacobs

Lariska JacobsAccounts

Brad Eland

Brad ElandSales Representative

Janine Janse Van Rensburg

Janine Janse Van RensburgSales Representative