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Sibongile Mashaba 14h
Michael Komape, 6, Omari Monono, 3, Siyamthanda Mtunu, 6, and Lister Magongwa, 7, are some of the children who sadly died after falling into pit toilets across the country. Oratilwe Dilwane, 5, was left paralysed.
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Sibongile Mashaba 14h
will launch its report into sanitation in the Limpopo province at the shortly.
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Zukiswa Pikoli Sep 12
Come in your numbers, come in your droves this is a very important and tragic story of a South African family we must all do our part to attain Komape ✊🏿 no child should die in
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Boipelo Plaatjies Sep 14
Government has the obligation to ensure the safety of our kids at Schools
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City Press Sep 12
City Press is supporting in this important campaign because we believe that children should not be drowning in toilets. Get involved. Send your opinions or stories to us. We need to . No child should die in .
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SECTION27 Oct 3
A girl learner gives a compelling, first hand account on the state of sanitation in Limpopo schools No child should die in
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SECTION27 Oct 8
A learner details the unacceptably shambolic conditions of his school's in Limpopo, Sekhukhune district.
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SECTION27 Sep 24
An excellent piece by Please Mr President No child should die in Thanks to for supporting this campaign
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SECTION27 Nov 11
Join us on 19 November - World Toilet Day as we commemorate this by launching our sanitation report on the still deplorable state of toilets in rural Limpopo. No child should die in
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GAThompson 9 Sep 16
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Zukiswa Pikoli Aug 30
Pertinent khweshins👇🏿👇🏿👇🏿👇🏿
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GAThompson 9 Sep 16
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