Homeless man cleans up beaches every day, Cape Town

Homeless man cleans up beaches every day, Cape Town

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Bantry Bay, South Africa. Photo source: ©© Damien Du Toit

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If you find yourself strolling along Cape Town’s Bantry Bay beach, you might come across a man picking up rubbish.

The man is called Dan. He’s 28 and homeless, and he grew up on the Eastern Cape. Every day, he cleans the beaches for no other reason than to ‘make the place nice’ because he’s ’embarrassed about the pollution…’

Read Full Article, Metro (03-15-2016)

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