Desperate mothers risk lives to sell scrap metal

Women sleep on side of the road in cold and rain and are sometimes attacked by criminals

Dutywa mother Nokuzola Sikhinzi cannot recall how many times she has had to sleep beside the N2 in the pouring rain, often for up to a week at a time, just so she can travel to KwaZulu-Natal to sell her scrap metal pickings...

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