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Canoeing for nature in South Africa

By DW
27 December 2018   |   12:30 pm
A canoe club in a Cape Town Township is helping revitalize a waste-strewn mugging hotspot and raising environmental awareness. At the club, kids have to do something for nature before putting their boats into the water.

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