How to Change a Water Dispenser Bottle

Water dispensers are common in many homes and offices. They provide easy access to hot and/or cold drinking water. However, if you are using a water dispenser for the first time, changing the water dispenser bottle might seem somewhat intimidating.

Understanding the Water Dispenser Bottle

A water dispenser bottle is a large container, typically made of Polycarbonate plastic, designed to provide a convenient and efficient way to supply water through a dispenser unit. These bottles generally come in sizes ranging from 10 to 20 litres.

Many water dispenser bottles are reusable and can be refilled at water stations or via a delivery service, promoting sustainability. Companies like MANZI Water provide reliable options for water dispenser bottles, which can also be delivered to your doorstep.

While water dispensers do consume electricity, especially models with heating or cooling features, the energy usage is relatively low. Using a water dispenser bottle is often cheaper in the long run compared to continuously purchasing individual bottled water, making it a more economical and environmentally friendly option.

Changing a Water Dispenser Bottle

Changing a water dispenser bottle might seem straightforward, but doing it correctly is crucial.


Start with a bit of preparation. Begin by washing your hands with soap to ensure you handle the new bottle hygienically. Since the dispenser bottle can be quite heavy, clear the space around the dispenser to safely move the water. Keep a towel handy to catch any spills and dry your hands afterwards.

Remove The Old Bottle

Removing the old bottle is fairly simple. It is, however, important to ensure that the old bottle is almost empty. If it is too full, you will end up splashing water everywhere. If it is empty, grasp the bottle firmly near the neck and lift it straight up to remove it. After removing the bottle, it’s advisable to wipe around the dispenser’s rim to dry it off and clean away any debris.

Inspect The Dispenser

This is a step many people overlook, but it is crucial for maintaining your water dispenser. Look inside the dispenser for any sediment or residue. If you see any, it is time for a cleaning. Use a clean cloth to wipe the mouth of the dispenser where the bottle sits.

Prepare The New Bottle

Now that the old bottle is out, it’s time to prepare the new one. Check for any cracks or damage that might cause leaks. Remove the sticker label that is on the lid of the bottle. Wipe the bottle’s neck with a clean cloth to ensure it’s free of dust or contaminants.

Install The New Bottle

This is the most critical step and requires a bit of finesse. Hold the water dispenser bottle by the neck and align it with the dispenser’s mouth. In one smooth motion, invert the bottle and insert it into the dispenser. A quick, confident motion reduces the risk of spills. Ensure the bottle is seated firmly in the dispenser. You should see bubbles rising, indicating the water is filling the reservoir.

Clean Up

With the new bottle securely in place, it’s time to clean up. Use your towel to wipe any water that may have spilled during the process. Give the exterior of the dispenser a quick wipe-down to keep it looking clean and tidy.

Delicate Parts To Watch Out For

While changing a water dispenser bottle is generally straightforward, there are a few delicate parts you should handle with care.

The Water Spout

The water spout is crucial for dispensing water and is often made of plastic. Avoid putting too much pressure on it while changing the bottle, as it can crack or break easily.

The Dispenser’s Mouth

This part of the dispenser is where the bottle sits. It’s essential to keep it clean and free from any residue. Use a soft cloth to wipe it gently, avoiding any abrasive materials that could scratch it.

The Bottleneck

The neck of the water dispenser bottle can sometimes be fragile, especially on larger bottles. Handle it with care to avoid cracks that could lead to leaks.

Tips for a Smooth Bottle Change

Changing a water dispenser bottle doesn’t have to be a hassle.

Here are some additional tips to make the process smoother:

  • The more you worry about spills, the more likely they are to happen. Stay calm and confident in your movements.
  • If the dispenser is on a countertop or a higher surface, use a step stool to give you better leverage.
  • Regularly clean and inspect your dispenser to ensure it’s always in top shape. This can prevent many issues before they arise.


Changing a water dispenser bottle is a simple yet essential task that ensures you have a continuous supply of safe, clean drinking water.

So next time the water runs low, don’t stress. Just contact MANZI Water and you will have your new bottle in place in no time.


The MANZI Water Purification Process

Water is essential to all life on earth, not just human life. Therefore, it is important for us to have access to safe, clean drinking water. Whereas South Africa boasts safe water treatment, not all water sources in the country are safe or clean, due to contamination that can easily occur naturally or through human activities. Because of this, there is a growing need for effective water purification processes.

Water purification is the removal of unneeded chemicals, biological contaminants, suspended solids and gasses from the water. In general, this technology aims to provide appropriate quality water for specific use.

At MANZI Water, our priority is to provide safe, clean, purified water for drinking. We do this by utilising an advanced, rigorous, six-stage water purification process designed to remove contaminants and deliver the highest quality product possible. The processes below are used by MANZI Water in our water purification process.

Sand Filtration

The initial step of our water purification process involves sand filtration. This process involves passing water through a single tank of different sands of varying grain sizes. The water flows from the largest to increasingly finer sands. Sand traps a vast amount of the particles and sediment thus removing them out of the water supply. This process ensures that the large impurities which make the water unclear and also clog the other filters in the system can be removed.

Element Filtration

The second stage of MANZI Water’s purification process is element removal. Here, water flows through the filter that captures the finer, suspended particles that could have made it through the sand filtration. The water first flows through a 5 micron filtering element, which removes undissolved solids as small as 5 microns (0.005mm). Thereafter, it flows through a 1 micron filtering element able to remove particles as small as 1 micron (0.001mm). In this process, the fine contaminants such as microscopic parasites, and some bacteria that most likely skipped the first phase of the sand filtration can be wiped out.

Reverse Osmosis

Reverse osmosis is able to remove dissolved ionized solids including heavy metals, salt, and other dangerous impurities. Water is forced through a semi-permeable membrane, which are filters only allowing water molecules to pass through, and the contaminants are left behind. This stage of the water purification process takes out between 95% to 99% of all dissolved solids from the water.

Carbon Filtration

The fourth stage of MANZI Water’s purification process involves carbon filtration. During this stage, water is passed through a tank filled with activated charcoal. The activated carbon effectively absorbs chlorine, pesticides, herbicides, and various other organic compounds from the water. This process not only improves the taste and odour of the water but also makes it significantly cleaner and safer for consumption.

UV Protection

In this step of the water purification process, water is exposed to UV light, which dismantles all harmful microbes, like bacteria, viruses and hormonal substances that survived during previous purification stages. This guarantees that the final water is safe and clean of micro-organisms able to cause disease.

Ozone Treatment

This is the final stage of MANZI Water’s purification process. At this stage, ozone (O3), a highly potent oxidizing agent, is introduced into the water. Ozone is effective in breaking down and removing any remaining organic substances, ensuring that any leftover taste, scent, or contaminants are completely eradicated. Furthermore, it is excellent at disinfecting the water, as it destroys bacteria, viruses, and other pathogens, enhancing water safety. Following its reaction, the ozone decomposes back into oxygen. This transformation not only prevents ozone-related by-products but also increases the dissolved oxygen content in the water, which is beneficial for its quality. The outcome of ozone treatment is water that is not only free from hazardous elements but also enriched with oxygen, making it exceptionally pure and safe for human consumption.

Bottom Line

As you have seen, MANZI Water’s purification process is rigorous and this ensures that the final product is 100% purified water. So, visit our website or any of the various outlets across South Africa to make your order of safe, clean, purified drinking water from MANZI Water.


Benefits of Drinking Ozone Water

In South Africa, water from the tap can generally be safe to drink, due to basic water treatment plants in the country.

However, ozone treatment is an excellent choice in water purification. The principle is adding an atom to oxygen molecules to form O3. The O3 is used for water purification as it has been proven to purify water well and add oxygen to it.

Ozone water treatment aims at treating all the water contaminants in a fast and efficient manner. This method of water treatment is environmentally friendly and does not affect aquatic life.

The Process of Ozone Water Treatment

The ozone water treatment process combines the manufacture of ozone gas and the application of this gas to the water that should be cleaned. The production of ozone gas is done by specialised equipment that creates ozone using the corona discharge process. The corona discharge takes place when high-voltage electricity passes through oxygen molecules resulting in the generation of ozone as the end result.

When the ozone is produced, it is poured into the water which needs to be cleaned. The ozone molecules readily attach to and annihilate micro-organisms, bacteria, viruses, and other pollutants in water. The ozone molecules act as oxidizing agents, which then eliminate contaminants. After that, they break down into oxygen molecules with no toxic residues or any by-product left behind.

Any unreacted ozone that is not consumed during the process returns to its original oxygen state in about a minute. The water is passed through treatment plants again to remove any remaining pollutants and solids before the water is discharged for use. Ozone water treatment can be applied to multiple water sources, such as domestic water, wastewater, and even swimming pool water.

Benefits of Ozone Water

There are many benefits that one receives when drinking ozone water, since it contains more dissolved oxygen and ozone molecules which give the drink a unique aroma and quality.

Improved Immune System

Drinking ozone water may strengthen the immune system, preventing infections and diseases, since the water is free from harmful contaminants.

Better Hydration

Ozone water is pleasant to drink due to its particular flavour and coolness. Because of this, you may end up consuming more water and reaping the many benefits of drinking water.

Enhancement of Oxygen Levels

Ozone is a highly reactive form of oxygen that readily combines with molecules. The catalytic effect of ozone significantly enhances the oxygen saturation level in water, which is crucial for maintaining biodiversity and human well-being.

Standard vs. Ozone Water

Both treated and ozone-treated waters are considered safe. However, ozone offers significant advantages. In regions like Johannesburg, where water quality can vary greatly, opting for ozone-treated water instils confidence in its safety. Not only is it safe, but it is also beneficial to one’s general well-being.


The shift to ozone water may at first seem insignificant, but in reality, it may make you feel significantly better and live a healthier life. Visit our website or any of the various outlets of MANZI Water in South Africa and get your ozone water today.


The Potential Hazards in Tap Water

Staying hydrated is very important, but have you ever thought about the quality of water that you are drinking? While South Africa has safer tap water than many countries, it might still have small but deadly pollutants including viruses, bacteria, heavy metals, and chemicals. These pollutants have the potential to make you sick, from mild infections such as gastrointestinal disturbances and diarrhoea to life-threatening illnesses like cancer, organ damage, and neurological infections. So, how pure is your tap water? Let us look at some of the potential hazards of tap water, and explore why purified water from MANZI Water might be the better choice for optimal health.

Water Quality Standards in South Africa

The Department of Water and Sanitation is responsible for overseeing the nation’s water resources. This body established the national water quality standards, as outlined in the South African National Standards (SANS) 241:2015. This document specifies the permissible limits for different physical, chemical, and microbiological properties in drinking water. Moreover, through the Blue Drop Certification Programme, the Department of Water and Sanitation performs audits on water quality nationwide, motivating municipalities to excel in managing drinking water quality.

Common Tap Water Pollutants

South Africa generally has advanced treatment infrastructure for tap water. But the water can carry trace amounts of pollutants due to geographic differences and concerns with the treatment facility’s operations. Among the contaminants include the following:

Microbial pollutants

Inadequately managed sanitation, septic system leakage, or contaminated wells in rural areas where indigenous communities live can lead to the entry of bacteria such as E.coli, viruses such as hepatitis A, and parasites such as giardia. These can cause short-term issues like vomiting and diarrhoea or severe long-term health concerns.

Agricultural run-off

Pesticides and herbicides connected to farming may get into tap water, particularly in locations where agriculture is intensive. These may affect hormones, the nervous system, and potentially increase cancer risk.

Industrial contaminants

Chemicals such as arsenic, mercury, and other heavy metals can infiltrate water supplies due to faulty industrial waste management. Such pollutants can cause organ damage, neurological disorders, and some specific cancers.

By-products of disinfection

By-products of disinfection can chemically react with natural organic matter in the water to create disinfection by-products, like trihalomethanes. Prolonged exposure of human beings to these chemicals has an increased risk of developing cancers, especially bladder cancer.

Emerging pollutants

Trace amounts of pharmaceuticals, personal care items, and hormones might be detectable in some water supplies due to inadequate disposal or incomplete treatment removal. The health implications of low-level exposure to these pollutants, including hormone disruption and antibiotic resistance, are still under investigation.

Purified Water vs. Tap Water

Unlike tap water which may contain contaminants, purified water is treated to remove contaminants. Purification is the process of removing contaminants and other non-useful substances from tap water. Water may be purified using reverse osmosis or ozone treatment. Reverse osmosis involves the use of pressure to push water molecules through a semi-permeable membrane. This is critical due to the fact that dissolved solids, organic compounds, and other pollutants are completely eradicated and lead to purified and clean water.

Ozone treatment on the other hand involves using a powerful oxidant (ozone) to eliminate bacteria and viruses. The main reason why ozone is preferable to disinfectants like chlorine is that the use of ozone is less harmful to the environment.

Purified Water from MANZI Water

At MANZI Water, we value pure, healthy hydration. We purify our water via a multi-step purification process, capable of extracting impurities, minerals, and contaminants. Our equipment removes impurities, minerals, and other pollutants found in water sources and, therefore, makes water safe and healthy. MANZI Water undergoes rigorous testing and is certified by international and local health authorities. Visit our website or any of our various outlets all over the country to order your purified water and avoid the inherent risks of tap water.


Everything You Need To Know About Reverse Osmosis Water

There is a growing concern regarding the safety and quality of drinking water due to ageing infrastructure, pollution, and other factors that degrade water quality. This is why MANZI Water utilises reverse osmosis in their purification process to ensure the highest possible water quality.

Reverse osmosis is a powerful water purification method and we want to help you understand how this process works and how it provides clean, purified water.

What Is Reverse Osmosis?

Reverse osmosis is a multi-stage water treatment process that uses pressure to force unfiltered water, or feed water, through a semi-permeable membrane, removing up to 99% of impurities. It is one of today’s most effective water purification methods.

Stages of The Reverse Osmosis Process

Here is a basic overview of what reverse osmosis entails:

Step 1: Pre-filtration

This initial step involves passing the feed water through physical and chemical filters, such as sediment and carbon filters. These remove large particles, sediment, and some chemicals, like chlorine, which could damage or block the semi-permeable membrane of the reverse osmosis filter. Pre-filtration helps preserve the reverse osmosis system.

Step 2: Reverse Osmosis

After pre-filtration, the water is pumped under pressure through the semi-permeable membrane of the reverse osmosis filter. This membrane has microscopic openings that allow clean water to pass while trapping dissolved particles and other impurities. This stage is often repeated multiple times to ensure the water is free of impurities.

Step 3: Storage

Finally, the purified water is pumped from the reverse osmosis filter to a storage tank. Since the filtration process can be time-consuming, storing water ensures it is available on demand. MANZI Water maintains large storage tanks at each of their outlets, with over 100 throughout South Africa, ensuring a plentiful supply of high-quality drinking water.

What The Process Removes

Reverse osmosis effectively removes up to 99% of the following impurities from water:

  • Dissolved Solids: It significantly reduces the total dissolved solids (TDS) in water, which include salts, metals, and some organic matter that are harmful, such as lead, chlorine, and mercury.
  • Pesticides and Herbicides: These chemicals often leach into water sources and are harmful if ingested. Reverse osmosis can effectively remove these substances, ensuring the water is safe to drink.
  • Pathogens: The process also removes pathogens like viruses and bacteria, which are too large to pass through the membrane’s openings and can cause illness if ingested.


As we have seen, reverse osmosis is a powerful, multi-stage filtration process that removes up to 99% of harmful impurities from water. For the best and healthiest drinking water, turn to MANZI Water. Their comprehensive water filtration process includes reverse osmosis, UV protection, and ozone treatment, ensuring the highest quality water for their customers.


The State of South Africa’s Water Supply

South Africa faces a pressing challenge of water supply scarcity. While most citizens possess access to piped water, the nation grapples with the reality of limited water resources. The two main types of water supply in South Africa are surface water and groundwater. Surface water is collected from rivers, dams, and lakes, while groundwater is obtained from underground aquifers through boreholes.

Both types of water supply face challenges in South Africa, including drought, pollution, and ageing infrastructure. However, groundwater is often seen as a more reliable and sustainable option, especially in areas where surface water is scarce or polluted.

Current State

There are several issues related to the current state of South Africa’s water supply. One of the main concerns is the limited availability of water resources due to drought, climate change, and population growth. This has led to water scarcity in many parts of the country, particularly in the Cape Town area, where a severe drought in 2017-2018 prompted the city to implement strict water restrictions.

Additionally, the country’s ageing water infrastructure needs major upgrades and repairs to address leakages and losses. This has contributed to water shortages and poor water quality in some areas.

Another concern is the unequal distribution of water supply resources, with some regions having an overabundance of water while others face significant scarcity. This has resulted in conflicts over water rights and allocation, particularly between rural and urban communities.

Efforts have been made to address these challenges, including infrastructure investments and water conservation campaigns. However, there is still much work to be done to ensure that South Africa’s water supply is adequate, equitable, and sustainable for all its citizens.


The challenges facing South Africa’s water supply are multifaceted and complex. Some of the most pressing challenges include:

Water Scarcity

Drought, climate change, and population growth have all contributed to water supply scarcity in many parts of the country. This has led to water restrictions, rationing, and the need to explore alternative sources of water.

Poor Water Quality

Many areas of South Africa lack access to clean and safe drinking water. This is due to ageing infrastructure, pollution from industries and agriculture, and inadequate sanitation systems.

Unequal Distribution

There are significant disparities in the distribution of water supply resources in South Africa, with some areas having an abundance of water while others face severe shortages. This has led to water conflicts and political tensions.

Ageing Infrastructure

Much of South Africa’s water infrastructure is old and in disrepair. This has led to water losses due to leaks and pipe bursts, as well as challenges in providing sufficient water supply to growing urban areas.

Climate Change

South Africa is particularly vulnerable to the impacts of climate change, including increased droughts, floods, and erratic weather patterns. This puts additional stress on the country’s already limited water resources.

Addressing Water Supply Challenges

There are several ways South Africa can address the challenges of water supply. Some possible solutions include:

Investing In Water Infrastructure

South Africa needs to increase investment in its ageing water infrastructure to address leaks, bursts, and water losses. This can be done by upgrading treatment facilities, expanding pipelines, and improving the overall efficiency of the water distribution system.

Promoting Water Conservation

South Africa can also promote water conservation and efficiency through public education campaigns, and regulations that mandate water-saving technologies.

Diversifying Water Sources

South Africa can diversify its water sources by exploring alternative options such as desalination, water reuse, groundwater management, and rainwater harvesting.

Managing Water Resources More Equitably

South Africa needs to manage water resources more effectively and distribute them more equitably. This can be done by ensuring that water allocations are based on both the need and the economic value of water.

Addressing Climate Change

South Africa needs to address the impacts of climate change on water supply by promoting sustainable land use practices, reducing greenhouse gas emissions, and pursuing renewable energy sources.

The Future of Water Supply

The future of South Africa’s water supply is uncertain, but there are positive developments in place. The South African government has identified that the country is water-stressed and has initiated measures to improve water security. Key initiatives include rehabilitating, upgrading, and expanding water infrastructure, promoting sustainable water use practices, and enhancing water management practices.

Way Forward

Water supply in South Africa remains a big challenge and MANZI Water is here to tackle that. MANZI Water directly addresses the need for safety drinking water. They operate a network of water refill stations at their numerous locations, providing convenient access to purified drinking water.


How To Prepare For Water Outages

Water outages can occur unexpectedly and become a real inconvenience. It can hinder daily routines and potentially pose health risks to households and communities. One example of this in South Africa, is the KwaZulu-Natal province in South Africa has been facing severe water outages, particularly in the eThekwini Municipality (Durban area). Water outages may occur due to climate variability, growing demand, ageing infrastructure, water pollution, or poor water management. Therefore, being prepared for these situations is essential. Implementing practical solutions and following helpful tips can ensure you and your family stay equipped to handle water outages effectively.

Storing Water Ahead Of Time

Storing water is of course an essential aspect of preparing for water outages. It is important to have access to clean, safe water at all times, especially in emergencies. Storing water ahead of time means that you won’t have to scramble for water when the outage occurs.

Consider Emergency Water Storage Options

While storing water ahead of time is an effective way of preparing for water outages, it might not be enough for an extended outage. In such cases, it is recommended to consider emergency water storage options. Companies like MANZI Water offer refill solutions and reliable containers for storing water. These systems are designed to provide clean and safe water in times of need.

Reduce Your Water Usage

During water outages, it is important to conserve water as much as possible to make your stored water last longer. Monitor water usage to identify areas where conservation is possible, extending your water supply during outages. Simple steps like fixing leaks and minimising unnecessary water usage can significantly impact your resilience during shortages. In this way, you can be more mindful of your water usage and conserve water during a water outage.

Be Prepared for Hygiene Issues

During water outages, hygiene concerns can emerge. It is crucial to be prepared for such eventualities. You can stock up on antibacterial wipes, hand sanitiser, and cleaning supplies. You can also consider purchasing a portable camping shower or solar shower for bathing. These systems can be useful, especially if the water outage lasts for an extended period.

Identify Alternative Water Sources

In some cases, you may be able to obtain water from alternative sources during water outages, for example, you could harvest rainwater or collect water from a nearby stream. However, it is crucial to ensure that any alternative water sources you use are safe for consumption.

Label Your Stored Water Containers

If you have stored water ahead of time, it is important to label your containers with the date that you filled them. This will help you to keep track of the age of the water and ensure that you are consuming safe, fresh water.

Use Water Sparingly

In addition to reducing your overall water usage, you can also be mindful of how much water you use for individual tasks. For example, you can turn off the tap while brushing your teeth, use a broom instead of a hose to clean your driveway and reduce the frequency of watering your lawn or garden.

Prepare Your Plumbing Ahead of Time

Before water outages occur, it is a good idea to check your plumbing for leaks or drips. Fixing any issues ahead of time can help to reduce the amount of water that will be wasted during an outage.

Stock Up On Non-Perishable Food Items

During water outages, it may be difficult to access or cook food as usual. It is a good idea to stock up on non-perishable food items, such as canned goods, and cereal, before the outage occurs. Having a supply of shelf-stable food on hand can help to ensure that you and your family are well-fed during the outage.

Checking With Friends If Their Water Is Out

Checking with friends about the status of their water supply is key, as water outages can be limited to specific suburbs or areas. By contacting friends from other areas, you can gather information about the extent of the water outages. This can help you understand whether the issue is localised to your area or if it is affecting a wider area. Additionally, you may be able to get some water for essentials from your friends.


Don’t be concerned when water outages strike. Take advantage of MANZI Water’s water refill solutions available at over 100 outlets across South Africa in order to be prepared. Contact them today to have water delivered to your doorstep.


The Benefits of Buying Bulk Water

For many, drinking purified water is a crucial part of daily life. However, the ongoing purchase of single-use bottles can be expensive and generates considerable plastic waste. This is where the option to buy bulk water presents a host of advantages beyond mere hydration.

Bulk water is delivered or purchased in large volumes, rather than single bottles. Let’s explore the benefits of bulk water to assist you in making an informed decision.


Opting for bulk water typically results in significant savings per volume unit compared to purchasing individual bottles, as suppliers often offer discounts for bulk purchases. Therefore, it is an especially advantageous option for businesses, event organisers, and households with high water consumption.


Bulk water simplifies logistics for various needs, ranging from large events to daily business operations. Since it is purchased in bulk, the need for restocking individual bottles or refilling containers occurs less frequently. This streamlines the procurement process and ensures a steady supply of hydration for participants, employees, or households.

Reduced Environmental Impact

One of the most notable benefits of opting for bulk water is its significant contribution to environmental conservation. By choosing larger refillable containers over single-use plastic bottles, individuals and businesses can greatly reduce the volume of plastic waste generated. This reduction in plastic waste helps to mitigate the negative impact on the environment, particularly in terms of reducing pollution and conserving natural resources.

Emergency Preparedness

Bulk water can be vital in providing a reliable water source during natural disasters or supply disruptions. Ensuring sufficient availability at all times, bulk water ensures preparedness for emergencies provided it is stored in containers that are designed to maintain freshness to ensure that the stored water remains safe for consumption.

What Next?

Are you seeking a sustainable and cost-effective hydration solution? MANZI Water offers bulk water options that provide the answer. Available in 10 Litre, 20 Litre, and 25 Litre high-density polyethylene containers with user-friendly taps, they can be refilled at any of MANZI Water’s 100 outlets across South Africa. For more information about their refill and bulk water solutions, contact them today.


The Advantages of Bottled Water

Staying hydrated is essential, and bottled water serves as a convenient solution, offering safety and peace of mind to millions worldwide. It is simply drinking water packaged in individual bottles, typically plastic or glass.

In South Africa, the Department of Health is the primary entity responsible for regulating bottled water. It enforces Regulation R718, established in 2006, setting strict quality and safety standards for bottled water.

Beyond being a portable solution for quenching thirst, bottled water offers benefits that are often overlooked amid sustainability concerns and environmental debates.


The Department of Health regulates bottled water to ensure its safety for consumption. Besides meeting these standards, bottled water often undergoes additional filtration processes to remove impurities, contaminants, and other unwanted substances, resulting in high-quality, contaminant-free water.


While tap water may often contain pollutants and chemicals rendering it unsafe, bottled water is typically purified and filtered, ensuring safety. Regular testing is conducted to maintain compliance with safety standards.


With options like spring, mineral and purified water, bottled water caters to diverse preferences and needs, each with unique characteristics and sourced from different locations.

Health Benefits

Adequate water intake, including bottled water, supports hydration, kidney function, body temperature regulation, and can prevent headaches. Bottled water offers a convenient way to stay hydrated and healthy.

Bottled Water by MANZI Water

MANZI Water offers a range of high-quality bottled water products, including still and sparkling options at various MANZI Water outlets across South Africa. Ensuring a consistent supply of safe, clean, and affordable drinking water, especially when tap water is unreliable or of questionable quality. Contact them today for convenient delivery right to your doorstep.


The Benefits of Choosing Water Dispensers for Your Home or Office

Ensuring proper hydration is essential, but relying on single-use plastic bottles is unsustainable. These bottles pose a significant threat to the environment and lead to considerable costs over time. Water dispensers are an excellent alternative, offering an eco-friendly, convenient, and refreshing solution for both homes and offices.

Benefits of Water Dispensers

Water dispensers provide numerous advantages for homes and offices, positively affecting health, finances, and the environment. The advantages offered include the following:

  • Convenience: Water dispensers are incredibly beneficial, especially in hot weather, allowing you to stay hydrated without the need to step out for bottled water. They are equally useful in winter, offering hot water for tea or coffee.
  • Cost-Effectiveness: Investing in a water dispenser saves you money in the long term. Instead of purchasing costly bottled water, you can simply refill your bottle, reducing expenses and plastic waste.
  • Space Efficiency: Water dispensers are compact, requiring less storage space than bottled water, as they can store several litres of water, eliminating the need for bulky bottled water cases.
  • Energy Efficiency: Many dispensers feature energy-saving modes like automatic shut-off, conserving electricity, lowering energy bills, and being more environmentally friendly.
  • Environmental Sustainability: Opting for a water dispenser diminishes the environmental impact of bottled water by using refillable containers, thereby reducing plastic waste and the energy used in the production and transport of bottled water.

Types of Water Dispensers

These appliances come in various designs, offering features like hot and cold water options and catering to diverse preferences for homes, offices, and public spaces.

Choosing the Right Water Dispenser

Selecting the ideal water dispenser involves several considerations such as:

  • Size: Assess the space where you plan to place the dispenser to ensure a good fit.
  • Capacity: Consider the number of users for your water dispenser to determine the needed capacity.
  • Maintenance: Keep in mind that regular upkeep is crucial for the water dispenser’s longevity.
  • User-Friendliness: Choose a model that is easy to operate, whether it has manual levers or push buttons, make sure it is easy for you to use.
  • Energy Efficiency: Look for water dispensers with features like timers or automatic shut-off to save on electricity.


Navigating through the array of available options can be daunting, but luckily MANZI Water simplifies this process. With over 100 outlets across South Africa, MANZI Water ensures easy access to a wide selection of water dispensers, suitable for various preferences and budgets.