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Otsile Simon

Working on Independence Day

While the majority of us used the Independence Holidays to relax and escape from the everyday stresses of work, for some hardy souls it was very much business as usual.

Voice Money’s CHRISTINAH MOTLHABANE caught up with a few who had no option but to report for duty while the rest of the country celebrated with loved ones...
Otsile Simon (40,News vendor )
Things have changed, Independence Day was enjoyable before the world was hit by Covid.

Now everything took a U-turn, there is no money.

I am a news vendor so on this Independence Day I was sel...

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