#1  S2E1 The King of Waste Management

Did you know that South Africans generate roughly 122 million tons of waste per year? Waste management is a serious issue and in this episode, King Solomon Gamede from Mpumalanga gets his hands dirty and tells an incredible story of how he became an advocate for waste management and waste reclaimers rights.

Learn more about King: Instagram - Kingsolomon_gamede or 'Emba Swop Shop' on all social media platforms.

Hosted by Bonolo Moikanyane and Zaheer Sooliman.

Produced by Kiara Worth and Desirée Kosciulek from Youth@SAIIA, in collaboration with Solid Gold Podcast Studios. Original music by Clinton Rautenbach.
Season 2 / Episode 1 8 Nov 2022 English South Africa Society & Culture · Personal Journals

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