Disabled university graduates plead with fellow South Africans to help them find jobs

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Tinyiko Gwambe, 25, from Tshilambo, outside Thohoyandou.
Tinyiko Gwambe, 25, from Tshilambo, outside Thohoyandou.
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Two disabled university graduates - one from the North West and the other from Limpopo - are pleading with fellow South Africans to help them find jobs.

Lethogonolo Mafela, 26, who hails from Matsepe in Mahikeng and Tinyiko Gwambe, 25, from Tshilambo in Thohoyandou are both determined to work amid the third wave of the Covid-19 pandemic.

The pair now join millions of South Africans who willing to work, but find themselves unemployed.

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