Some businesses do well.
Some do well, and good.
For the past few weeks on The Money Show, Bruce Whitfield interviewed people from socially aware businesses – big or small - that make a difference, even if it means sacrificing some profit.
This week he interviewed Justine Agnew, from Sunlight and Surf Laundry at Unilever South Africa.
Sunlight is spearheading community-based water saving initiatives.
Listen to the interview in the audio below.
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