SA's big stink - schools with no flushing toilets

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In South Africa only 8 000 out of 24 000 schools have flushing toilets, with some schools comprising of over 1 000 children and no working toilets – leaving learners exposed to a number of diseases.

This is the alarming news, according to Domestos which is calling on South Africans to donate their pee to raise awareness on the poor state of sanitation in the country in light of World Toilet Day (WTD) that is marked annually on November 19.

Read: Sanitation crisis in Tembisa schools

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