- Tweeps racked their brains after a Twitter user asked them what they would buy with R25 in Johannesburg
- Jozi woman @MModimo shared a photo of two notes and some coins amounting to R25 on Twitter and users came up with some hair brain suggestions
- Social media users suggestions included using the money to catch a cab, buy a Lotto ticket, buy a drink or buy food with the cash
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Twitter users put forward some funny suggestions after a Jozi woman @MModimo posted a picture on her Twitter account with the caption:
“What can I get for R25.00 in Sandton?”
Social media users weighed is with all sorts of hilarious suggestions.
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“You can get an Airbnb for 1sec …”
@Resego_blaq reacted cheekily to Motho wa Modimo's post:
“Parking, my skat.”
“Taxi to Alex and change for skopo that side.”
“Directions out of Sandton.”
“A packet of condom at BP garage, Grayston Drive.”
“We tip petrol guys with that money in Sandton sesi. Alex is just down the road. Maybe you can get a stand with that money there.”
“You can make a deposit towards a high five.”
“A taxi back to Alex.”
“Chips for R10, rolls for R 5, Aquelle for R 7 and play Daily LOTTO for R3. All of this at Checkers and don't forget to swipe your Rewards card! Good luck.”
“You can pay for parking.”
Lady offers locals welcome December money tips online, SA thankful: "Danko"
In more money news, Briefly News wrote that a local heroine is offering South Africans some sound money handling advice on social media ahead of the popular December rush.
It's a well-known fact that the festive season sees a surge in financial crimes, whether online or otherwise, in South Africa.
Among the host of popular resorts used by criminals to swindle cash from unsuspecting victims are fraud and card scamming.
Fully aware of the plight faced by locals during this period of merriment, where amid all the hustle and bustle, people often drop their guard, a woman on social media, @KBmanyobe, has taken it upon herself to sensitise others, including those who may already be money safety-savvy.
Source: Briefly News