Unemployment Driving the Selling of Fake Products in Soweto

By Rapule Moiloa

Unemployment is a serious problem growing daily, many people loosing their jobs through restructuring and other reasons that affect mostly poor people.

In many cases people often seek for other ways to create employment for themselves once they are out of jobs. Unemployment rate in South Africa affects South Africans and people from other countries who come to South Africa to look for a better life, jobs or even start small businesses.

The issue at hand is Nivea products sold in street corners R20 for 3 which one may look at these as a bargain and at the stores one 50ml of Nivea roll-on is R20 or so, Nivea products sold in street corners are fakes and could damage the skin and people should be careful about these products although these is a way for the sellers of these products to provide for their families and pay rent if they renting or their needs.

These Nivea roll-ons are water like that looks like powder soap added in water, when it is shaken there’s a lot of foam showing at the top.

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