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South African student invents new bath gel

Product could help millions of people keep clean in countries where water is scarce.

Last Modified: 27 May 2013 15:21
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A South African university student has invented a product that could help millions of people keep clean.

It is already proving popular with soldiers and airline passengers.

But as Tania Page reports, Ludwick Marishane hopes his gel will be of most benefit to those who do not have access to water for sanitation.

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