South Africa businesses take advantage of COVID-19 lockdown

Published on December 28, 2020 by

Months of lockdown regulations have slammed South Africa’s economy and prolonged a recession the government was struggling to reverse before the coronavirus pandemic hit.
Boutique hotels and high-end restaurants have folded, and thousands of people are out of work.
But small township businesses seem to be thriving as people take advantage of lockdown measures – including door-to-door food delivery operators.
A bakery owner in Soweto talks to Al Jazeera.

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