- South Africans have come up with creative ways to sell banned goods on social media
- A hilarious thread where suppliers find customers has garnered over 4000 retweets and comments
- On the thread, South Africans lowkey advertise ciggies and booze to potential customers
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A hilarious social media thread where Mzansi peeps show off their banned goods has garnered over 4000 retweets and comments.
Since it's the end of the month and the start of the weekend, many peeps would be looking to the black market to get their supplies of their giggle juice and ciggies.
The thread posted by tweep, @porshe418, lowkey advertises cigarettes and booze to fellow South Africans who want to buy the banned goods. The sale of cigarettes and alcohol has been banned in the country amid the Covid-19 lockdown.
Briefly.co.za reported a few days ago that a recent post from an official government account on social media is causing a stir after claiming that the ban on liquor and tobacco is here to stay as long as SA remains under lockdown.
“The ban on the sale of alcohol and cigarette will remain in place throughout the lockdown period. The purpose is to save lives and protect the health and well-being of our people. #AlcoholBan."
Below are some of the comments from tweeps who have participated in the thread.
"Hey guys. I do nails for R180. Please rt my client could be on your TL."
"Do you have these towels?"
"Do you know any garden guy around who's gonna do my grass for atleast R700?"
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In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that A kind-hearted farmer recently took a truck driver to the ocean for the first time in his life. The trucker, only identified as Aaron, had never seen the sea with his own eyes in his 46 years on earth.
According to the SA Long-distance Truckers Facebook page, Aaron was in the Namaqualand district to deliver a load of feed for farmers in need. While he was talking to the farmers, he heard that the ocean is only 20 kilometres away from the area.
After offloading his truck, one of the farmers, identified as Jasper, drove Aaron to go frolic in the water for the first time. Jasper also took pics of the priceless moments.
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