South Africa Debt Ensnares Stores as Consumers StruggleJanice Kew
Waiting for a friend at the Sandton City shopping center in Johannesburg, Abey Ngijina holds a single bag of groceries. The 55-year-old sound technician has cut his monthly food budget in half, swapping branded goods for unbranded alternatives and buying less meat.
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