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So, what do you think? Surely Kibera Slum Tours will generate profit for someone, but isn't there something of an irony about making money by highlighting poverty? There are similar tours of Soweto--which has historic landmarks such as the only street in the world (Vilakazi Street) that has been home to two Nobel laureates (Mandela&Tutu). How does Kibera Slum Tours fit into the Social Enterprise landscape?