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1,750 people have registered with LOCK to become recyclers. Image: Thomson Reuters Foundation/Kim Harrisberg

Kim Harrisberg

Water Rights Correspondent, Thomson Reuters Foundation

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A group of women line up to buy groceries at the Swap Shop in the Johannesburg suburb of Lorentzville Image: Thomson Reuters Foundation/Kim Harrisberg
A group of volunteers pose for a photo behind a table of donated food products in the Johannesburg suburb of Lorentzville Image: Thomson Reuters Foundation/Kim Harrisberg

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