Clicks/TRESemmé: No brand is immune to major mishaps

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A TRESemmé hair advert run on the Clicks website. Picture: Supplied
A TRESemmé hair advert run on the Clicks website. Picture: Supplied

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The Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic has brought about the notion of people working together for the greater good, rather than a world where people exist for their own survival.

Humanity has been tasked with looking out for one other because what we do now has a ripple effect on others.

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