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Home-grown health – lockdown sends a man on a mission to restore nutrition and jobs to his community

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Molo and his associate proudly displaying their shoots. (PHOTO: Supplied)
Molo and his associate proudly displaying their shoots. (PHOTO: Supplied)

When one door closes, another opens – it’s been a common cry from entrepreneurial souls over the last few months.

One such man is Nthoneng “Molo” Dinaala, who took the opportunity to use his involuntary spare time to create a project that would benefit a whole community.

The 34-year-old entrepreneur was forced to close his juicing business in Pretoria in March when he was unable to source products. Then, with no real plan in mind, he returned to his Limpopo childhood home.

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