Get GOing with Datsun

"We Clean It All" wins Datsun GO+ panel van in live lucky draw

We Clean It All, a small business owned by Christopher Kapanga, has emerged the winner out of five finalists in the "Get GOing with Datsun" promotion, to win a brand new Datsun Go+ panel van.

702 and Datsun partnered to give the selected small businesses (We Clean It All, TLC Landscape and Design, Barotho Bakery, Tummies Full of Love and Koshigadi Trading) a boost in the form of R20 000 in goods.

The business that Kapanga founded in 2008 offers innovative cleaning solutions to clients in the north of Joburg and parts of Pretoria.

This is going to help clean a lot better. Our phones have been ringing off the hook since the interview... Thank you so much.

Christopher Kapanga, We Clean It All owner

Earlier this week, Jacob Moshokoa visited We Clean It All business to give Kapanga a business boost delivered with a Datsun GO+ Penal Van.

The finalists didn't leave empty-handed, Datsun's Des Fenner also announced that each finalist would receive R20 000 towards a deposit of a new Datsun GO+ panel van with lower rates to help them along the way.


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