- A picture had emerged on social media showing a popular grocery store selling sugar cane
- The sugar cane pieces cost an eyebrow-raising R7,99
- Social media users were in disbelief as many are used to getting sugar cane for free
A picture that has been shared on social media has left Mzansi giggling in disbelief. It shows pieces of sugar cane being sold at a popular grocery store for R7,99.
Twitter user MaskandiTwiter shared the picture with the caption:
It received over 300 likes on social media and left many scratching their heads in disbelief. Twitter user Malusi said that they can get sugar cane for free in Empangeni by just picking it up from the floor. While CharlotteKhuma3 said:
"Imagine buying sugar cane"
"I'm staying in Capetown, I wouldn't mind buying sugarcane from the shelf because we don't have any here"
"They are some really who who live far away from it, if they find it closer to them without travelling so be it"
"Where on earth is this store?"
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported that a woman gifted a grateful spaza owner with a bicycle. Martin runs a spaza shop which assists the elderly with supplies.
He used to live on the streets before he was assisted by the not-for-profit organisation, One Small Act Of Kindness. He now runs his business and is making something of his life. A woman named Tamara made his life even easier by blessing him with a bicycle. He can now be mobile and travel easier.
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