South African’s are Shopping More Online Thanks to COVID-19, Research Says

[IT News Africa - Africa] - 27/11/2020
South African's are spending 68% more online now than they were prior to the pandemic, according to a study by Mastercard. Essential items have seen highest surge online with the majority (81%) of SA consumers saying they purchased data, and over half saying they bought clothing (56%) (...)
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