Geo Vhuso


January 6, 2024by Geo Vhuso

As we usher in the promise of a brand new year, the Geovhuso team extends warm wishes to our valued clients, partners, and the entire community. The turning of the calendar marks not just the passage of time but the advent of new opportunities, fresh challenges, and boundless possibilities.

🌱 Growing Stronger Together: A Year of Geotechnical Excellence! 🌱

At Geovhuso, we look back at the past year with gratitude for the incredible projects we’ve had the privilege to be a part of. Each milestone achieved has been a testament to our unwavering commitment to excellence in geotechnical investigations. As we step into the new year, we are excited about the prospects that lie ahead and the potential for even greater accomplishments.

💼 Tailored Solutions for Private and Public Sectors 💼

Geovhuso proudly serves both the private and public sector markets, offering comprehensive soil investigation services that are meticulously designed to meet the unique needs of each project. Our commitment to quality and precision remains unwavering, ensuring that every milestone is not just met but exceeded.

🌐 Navigating the Future Together: Collaborate, Innovate, Excel! 🌐

The future holds exciting challenges, and we are ready to embrace them head-on. Our team is dedicated to staying at the forefront of geotechnical advancements, utilizing cutting-edge technology, and fostering collaboration to deliver solutions that stand the test of time.

🔍 Per Project, Per Milestone: Tailored Solutions for Success! 🔍

Geovhuso’s billing approach reflects our dedication to transparency and client satisfaction. We propose and bill our soil investigation services on a per-project and per-milestone basis, ensuring that our clients receive customized solutions that align with their unique requirements.

🌟 Wishing You a Year Filled with Success and Prosperity! 🌟

As we embark on this journey into 2024, we express our heartfelt gratitude for the trust you’ve placed in Geovhuso Geotechnical Investigations. May this new year bring you unparalleled success, prosperity, and countless opportunities for growth.

Here’s to a year of groundbreaking achievements and collaborative triumphs! Happy New Year from the Geovhuso family!

Best regards,

Muvhuso Baloyi

Geovhuso Geotechnical Investigations


June 5, 2019by Geo Vhuso

In the realm of geotechnical exploration, few methodologies are as pivotal as borehole drilling and testing. At Geovhuso, we recognize the profound impact that accurate subsurface information can have on the success of a project. Let’s delve into the intricacies of our borehole drilling and testing services, shedding light on the significance and precision that define our approach.

1. The Art of Precision Drilling:

Borehole drilling is an art form at Geovhuso, where we seamlessly blend cutting-edge technology with skilled craftsmanship. Our state-of-the-art drilling equipment, operated by a team of seasoned professionals, ensures that each borehole is executed with precision. Whether it’s for soil sampling, groundwater monitoring, or mineral exploration, our drilling services set the foundation for reliable and robust geotechnical data.

2. Tailored Solutions for Diverse Needs:

One size does not fit all in geotechnical investigations, and our borehole drilling services exemplify this understanding. We customize our approach based on the unique requirements of each project, taking into account factors such as geological conditions, project scope, and client objectives. From shallow boreholes for site characterization to deep drilling for mineral resource evaluation, Geovhuso offers a comprehensive suite of solutions.

3. Comprehensive Soil Testing:

Drilling is just the beginning; the real insights lie beneath the surface. Our soil testing services elevate the value of borehole data, providing a detailed analysis of soil properties, composition, and strength. With a meticulous testing process, we empower our clients with the knowledge needed for informed decision-making, ensuring that engineering designs are founded on reliable and accurate information.

4. Groundwater Monitoring for Sustainable Development:

As advocates for sustainable practices, Geovhuso integrates groundwater monitoring into our borehole services. Understanding the dynamics of groundwater flow is crucial for environmental impact assessments and the long-term viability of projects. Our monitoring systems are designed to capture real-time data, enabling proactive measures to protect water resources and ensure project sustainability.

5. Compliance and Quality Assurance:

Geovhuso prioritizes compliance with industry standards and regulations. Our borehole drilling and testing procedures adhere to the highest quality assurance protocols, providing clients with confidence in the accuracy and reliability of the data generated. From initial planning to post-drilling reporting, we maintain a commitment to excellence in every phase of the process.

Closing Thoughts: Navigating Depths with Geovhuso

Borehole drilling and testing are not mere procedures; they are pathways to understanding the complexities beneath the earth’s surface. At Geovhuso Geotechnical Investigations, our commitment to excellence goes beyond drilling holes; it extends to uncovering the wealth of information that lies within.

Whether you are embarking on a construction project, assessing environmental impact, or exploring mineral resources, Geovhuso is your trusted partner in navigating the depths with precision, reliability, and a passion for delivering unparalleled geotechnical insights.

For inquiries or to explore our borehole drilling and testing services further, contact us today. Geovhuso: Unveiling the Depths, Empowering Your Projects.


May 13, 2019by Geo Vhuso

Joyful cheers and ululation rang out in the village of Debrak as a strong stream of crystal-clear water flowed from an irrigation pipe, reflecting  the bright winter sunlight.

On 8 August 2018, the NWDC presided over the official hand-over of a borehole that was recently sunk on the farm of Mr Khupari Mpona, an innovative and ingenuitive farmer in the village of DeBrak.

The borehole, procured by the NWDC and sunk by service provider Mr Mvuso Baloyi, was the coming to fruition of Khupari’s first prize which he had won in the North West Innovation Competition presented by the NWDC and its partners in 2016/2017.

Khupari produces a wide range of vegetables on the family farm in Debrak where water is a scarce commodity. To overcome this challenge, he designed a truly innovative water-wise nursery, using among other, two-litre cold drink bottles for targeted irrigation, so that he could succeed in growing crops that could benefit a community at large, despite the limited access to water. His innovative farming practices earned him the first prize in the North West Innovation Competition. After careful consideration, Khupari requested to receive a borehole on his farm as his first place prize, which was then procured through the NWDC’s supply chain division.

Drilling was successful, in that the contractor, Vhuso General Trading, hit a strong vein of water after a depth of just over twenty metres.

The humble hand-over ceremony on the Mpona family farm in Debrak was graced by a number of key officials, namely Mr Molutsi Mothibi, Deputy Director Research and Innovation from the Office of the Premier, Ms Mercy Tumane, Director: Economic Planning for the Department of Economy and Enterprise Development, Ms Hantie Hoogkamer Manager Research and Innovation of the NWDC and Mr Benedict Masetloa from SEDA. Ms Hoogkamer and her unit were instrumental in launching and driving the Innovation Competition through the support of key partners such as TIA and the NWU.

In their passionate and motivating addresses to Khupari and other attendees, officials all spoke words of encouragement and support. Mr Mothibi from the Office of the Premier lauded the fact that thanks to the borehole, Khupari’s farming operations are now able to progress from sparse water contained in two-litre bottles to a strong flow of thousands of litres of precious water, instrumental in developing and upholding an enterprise.

Ms Mercy Tumane from the Department of Economy and Enterprise Development applauded the innovation competition project as one of the vehicles available to the province to create jobs.  Ms Hantie Hoogkamer of the NWDC thanked all partners and role players for their valuable contributions in seeing the borehole being sunk for Khupari, calling the water a blessing to the Mpona family and the entire community.

During the hand-over of the borehole on his farm, Khupari wore a permanent smile. He conveyed his appreciation to all role player who had offered him advice and support on this journey. He pledged to try by all means possible to him, to ensure that poverty is gone and forgotten. Thanks to the greater water supply made possible by the borehole, Khupari explained that he is now able to simplify his farming operations and grow bigger.  His future plans including the planting of seasonal vegetables as well as the cultivation of three variants of chillies which he plans to process into chilli sauces for the market.

In addition to its provincial partners who had demonstrated great support, the NWDC sincerely thanks the following individuals who have been instrumental in effecting the sinking of the borehole: Mr Brian Nkumeleni from NWDC projects unit, Ms Neo Mogashane from NWDC’s supply chain division and Ms Suzan Boikanyo from the NWDC’s research unit. The NWDC also thanks Mr Benedict Masetloa from SEDA who has been a great mentor to Mr Khupari Mpona.



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