IN SNAPS | Panic-buying leaves shelves empty, other South Africans with zero options
As South Africans come to grips with measures implemented by President Cyril Ramaphosa to prevent the spread of coronavirus, many have taken to panic-buying, filling their trolleys with goods and leaving other citizens with zero options.
Images of empty shelves and long lines have been spread on social media.
Despite appeals to not panic and leave enough goods for other people, many have not heeded the call.
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