Turning Soweto’s rubbish into income
Lebogang Parkie and his friends have persevered despite a terrible attempt to derail their business
A group of school friends from Freedom Park in Soweto were desperate to make a living. This video tells how they have started a successful recycling business.
You can make money and save the environment at the same time, says Lebogang Parkie.
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