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All hands on deck to help impoverished communities

PRIOR to the arrival of the coronavirus in the country almost a year ago, Fatima Khoele-Nokaba was running a successful day care centre near her home in KwaThema, Springs.

But the Covid-19 pandemic quickly annihilated her business, as the country was forced to remain in their homes for months at a time as a result of lockdown restrictions imposed

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