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We’re poised to launch in Nigeria in next month or 2 - Aisha Pandor, SweepSouth

28 June 2021 7:54 PM
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Poverty
Minimum wage
The Money Show
Domestic workers
Domestic workers salaries
Sweepsouth
Aisha Pandor
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Bruce Whitifield

The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviews SweepSouth cofounder Aisha Pandor.
  • Domestic worker earnings have decreased

  • SweepSouth Kenya is doing well

  • The company hopes to open in Nigeria within the next few months

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There’s been a huge decrease in earnings… It’s still not recovered… a huge increase in unemployment… In South Africa, legislation protects domestic workers…

Aisha Pandor, co-founder - SweepSouth

Kenya is going well… We’re poised to launch in Nigeria within the next month or two…

Aisha Pandor, co-founder - SweepSouth



28 June 2021 7:54 PM
Tags:
Poverty
Minimum wage
The Money Show
Domestic workers
Domestic workers salaries
Sweepsouth
Aisha Pandor
working poor
Bruce Whitifield

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