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Official WeSolve4x Cleaning My Planet campaign to kick off in Katlehong. 

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Sowetan. Plastic pollution a growing menace.

What can be done about this problem? Firstly, we can educate ourselves and try to minimise the effects of plastic pollution. One of the people bent on cleaning up and saving the environment is 24-year-old entrepreneur Tsietsi Ngobese. Ngobese recently launched the WeSolve4x Cleaning My Planet initiative.

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A project to encourage environmental awreness

From being a street vendor selling vegetables in Katlehong, to graduating with a BSc degree in actuarial sciences from the University of the Free State (UFS), entrepreneur Tsietsi Ngobese (24) has launched a community clean-up programme to promote environmental awareness and recycling.

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Sowetan. Actuarial Scientist Sell veggies for a living.

An Actuarial Science graduate has decided to continue selling veggie tables in the streets while he continues to develop his maths tutoring program amide at helping public school pupils .

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SABC1 Kids News with WeSolve4x Founder, Tsietsi Ngobese.

In May a graduate from the University of Free State Tsietsi Ngobese started a campaign to keep his environment clean. The 'We Solve for X Foundation' is aimed at keeping the Katlehong and Bloemfontein areas clean. Every Saturday children and adults gather together to clean places that have been turned into illegal dumping sites. Our mandate as Kids News is to bring you news that are educational and we thought let's visit the foundation and see exactly what they are up to.

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702 radio interveiw. Actuary opts to build a maths Programme

Guest: Tsietsi Ngobese, Actuary and CEO of WeSolve4X Foundation 

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