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Women gamblers lure Chinese to create jobs in bleak South African township

Kimberly Mutandiro 2017-12-15 11:08:46

For 10 years, 53 year old Maggie has been facilitating what is loosely called “MoChina”, an illegal gambling game from the kitchen and backyard of her Tsakane township, 60 kilometres west of Johannesburg, South Africa. Illegal Chinese immigrants are her enablers.

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