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South Africans are drowning in e-waste
South Africans are drowning in e-waste
Your dead cellphone or broken television set is worth real money if its constituent parts are mined. They are also hazardous waste. But South...
[Slideshow]Kenya's e-waste soldiers of ill fortune
[Slideshow]Kenya's e-waste soldiers of ill fortune
Most of Kenya's fastest growing manufacturing waste is not from there. Containing precious metals and lethal toxins, is e-waste worth the risk?

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