A Pietermaritzburg-based organisation has tracked the increase in the prices of basic goods since the start of lockdown, as well as monitoring the desperate measures people resort to in order to put food on the table.
Food prices have seen an increase of as much as 30% throughout the lockdown period, and according to research, things could get even worse.
We speak to Mervyn Abrahams, Researcher at the Pietermaritzburg Economic Justice and Dignity Group
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