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We Clean It All gets a business boost

We Clean It All was started in 2008 by Christopher Kapanga, who at the time was working for a company which hired out carpet cleaning machines.

One day a client called in and wanted a cleaning team to come to their house to clean it. That's when I thought, let me start a company that will basically do all kinds of cleaning

Christopher Kapanga, We Clean It All owner

Now We Clean It All provides innovative cleaning solutions to its clients.

Visited by Jacob Moshokoa this week for "Get GOing with Datsun", Christoper says that he hopes to see the business grow and further develop its employees and those who aspire to start their own cleaning businesses.

I have identified a need where we will not only run a ‘one stop shop’ but also have a training centre to educate our current employees and facilitate classes to assist future cleaning companies

Christopher Kapanga, We Clean It All owner

We Clean It All is currently based in Johannesburg, but also services the Pretoria region.

Christopher would like to see We Clean It All open branches nationally and eventually venture into the rest of the African continent. He says that the Datsun Go will assist in this quest to realise this vision.

We have a shortage of vehicles in our business, the Datsun Go will definitely help us to service a lot more clients than what we are servicing right now

Christopher Kapanga, We Clean It All owner

Watch Christopher's business get a boost with a visit from the Datsun GO+ Panel Van below...

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