Water crisis throttles entrepreneurship in Giyani

Small businesses on brink of closure due to the problem

Wisani Maluleke started a car wash business last year to beat unemployment at his village in Giyani, Limpopo.

But now, the 25-year-old Maluleke says his source of income — Imbokodo Car Wash — is at risk of closure due to the ongoing water problems in his community...

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