Photo library: Business and industry 4

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Johannesburg, Gauteng
province: Robertson
Hlatshwyo works in the
labelling plant at South
African Breweries’ Alrode
brewery. Producing 1.9-
million litres of beer a day
and employing some 900
staff, the brewery is the
largest in the country.
Photo: Chris Kirchhoff
MediaClubSouthAfrica.com
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Johannesburg, Gauteng
province: Robertson
Hlatshwyo works in the
labelling plant at South
African Breweries’ Alrode
brewery. Producing 1.9-
million litres of beer a day
and employing some 900
staff, the brewery is the
largest in the country.
Photo: Chris Kirchhoff
MediaClubSouthAfrica.com

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Johannesburg, Gauteng
province: South African
Breweries’ Alrode brewery.
The largest in South
Africa, it produces 1.9-
million litres of beer a
day and employs 900 staff.
Photo:
Chris Kirchhoff
MediaClubSouthAfrica.com
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Johannesburg, Gauteng
province: Scrap metal in
transit in Alrode.
Photo: Chris Kirchhoff, MediaClubSouthAfrica.com

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Johannesburg, Gauteng
province: Scrap metal works
in Alrode.
Photo:
Chris Kirchhoff
MediaClubSouthAfrica.com
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Johannesburg, Gauteng
province: Maize cobs – known
locally as mealies – for sale
in the city centre.
Photo: Chris Kirchhoff, MediaClubSouthAfrica.com
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Johannesburg, Gauteng
province: Traders in the city
centre.
Photo: Chris Kirchhoff, MediaClubSouthAfrica.com
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Johannesburg, Gauteng
province: Shop sign in
Kliptown, Soweto.
Photo: Chris Kirchhoff, MediaClubSouthAfrica.com
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Johannesburg, Gauteng
province: Trainee diamond
polisher Zubair Kassim
inspects a diamond at the
Harry Oppenheimer Diamond
training school. Courses
run from two weeks to eight
months and include diamond
polishing, polished diamond
grading, gem identification
and diamond evaluation.
Photo: Chris Kirchhoff,
MediaClubSouthAfrica.com
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