Durban residents barter goods over WhatsApp after unrest

18 July 2021 - 00:00 By suthentira govender

Eggs for a bottle of wine, a tube of toothpaste for a carton of milk or perhaps some tomatoes in exchange for dog food?

As people in KwaZulu-Natal scramble for food and other supplies in the wake of this week's rioting and looting, residents of one housing estate in the Upper Highway area of Durban have launched a WhatsApp group for bartering goods...

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