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In this week’s M&G Newsroom, Verashni Pilllay and Nickolaus Bauer took listeners through the stories naking headlines. From the Guptagate Ministerial report to Zimbabwe’s state media celebrating the “exposure” of a sinister campaign for the opposition by Coca-Cola.
Thalia Holmes joined them in studio to talk about an interesting initiative that sees people from improverished areas planting trees and collecting in exchange for bicycles. Will it work? Listen to the podcast to find out.
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