Details of and links to selected media coverage received by Frazer Solar are shown below.
The Guardian UK journalist Saeed Kamali Dehghan published this story on the Frazer Solar Hot Water Station project in Eswatini, on 16 April 2021.
In this well written piece, Saeed picked up on the personal story of Registered Nurse Lindiwe Magongo who hasn't had hot water at any of the clinics she has worked at in her 25 year career. She now uses the Hot Water Station, amongst other more standard uses, to make cups of tea. This is most definitely a uniquely English take on the Project.
Voice of America journalist Anita Powell filed this story about the Frazer Solar Hot Water Station project in Eswatini, on 29 March 2020.
The VOA crew visited Eswatini to attend the Handover Ceremony, conduct site visits to interview patients and staff, as well as taking the opportunity to interview Eswatini's Prime Minister and Minister of Health.
At the Covid Clinics Handover Ceremony on 24 March 2021, there were five speakers: H.E. Acting Prime Minister of Eswatini, Themba Masuku; Hon. Minister of Commerce, Manqoba Khumalo; Hon. Minister of Health, Lizzie Nkosi; E.U. Ambassador to Eswatini, H.E. Esmeralda Aragones Hernadez; German Embassy Representative, Ms Liesel Toepfer; and Frazer Solar/Frazium Energy MD, Mr Robert Frazer.
Highlights of their speeches are shown here.
South African news network eNCA travelled to Eswatini to cover the Covid Clinics Handover Ceremony at Lobamba on 24 March 2021.
The eNCA team attended the Ceremony and visited several clinics to see the Hot Water Stations for themselves and to interview patients and clinic staff.
They also took the opportunity to interview the Prime Minister and Minister of Health on the country's Covid-19 response and vaccine rollout.
Eswatini TV covered the Frazer Solar Covid Clinics Handover Ceremony at Lobamba on 24 March 2021.
In attendance were: three government ministers including the Prime Minister; the EU Ambassador; a German Embassy representative; the CEO of the National Disaster Management Authority; Health and Commerce ministry officials; members of the local business community who were involved in the project; and members of the general public.
Eswatini TV covered the launch of the Frazer Solar Covid Clinics Project held at the offices of the Deputy Prime Minister on 7 October 2020.
In attendance were: the head of the Covid-19 Task Force the Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Commerce, EU Embassy representatives, a representative of the German Embassy as well as officials from the Ministry of Health and National Disaster Management Authority.