Not such a dirty business: Two Diepsloot entrepreneurs create jobs from rubbish

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Diepsloot in Johannesburg has become a dumping ground for rubbish. Parts of the township look unsightly. But two residents are turning a messy situation into a job-creation opportunity that removes rubbish.

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