Could this handwashing station be the solution to SA’s hygiene problems?

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As schools across the country grapple with the question of whether they would be ready to open again during the Covid-19 coronavirus crisis, the head in Mafikeng’s Diphetogo Primary in North West says his school is a step closer towards complete readiness following the installation of a new “public hand wash station” as a pilot project.

The “public hand wash station” donated last week to principal Tshepo Phejana’s school is an original design by local electrical engineer Obakeng Tabe and his team in Mafikeng.

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