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Copy shops in SA can now print books for a fraction of the price

15 September, 07:47 AM

We speak to Arthur Atwell, founder of Paperight, he tells us how Paperight is able to bring literature and educational materials to people in South Africa that didn't have access previously.

Paperight enables print and copy shops to print books on demand for customers. The shops that participate in Paperight's initiative have a catalogue of 2,000 books, and are able to print them for 20% less than the price in a book store.

Atwell tells us how this method of purchasing books is the way forward, especially here in South Africa, where some small villages don't have access to  book stores and libraries. Watch.

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