Unrest gives rise to home enterprises in KZN

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One of the meals prepared by a home enterprise owner, on the north coast of KZN.
One of the meals prepared by a home enterprise owner, on the north coast of KZN.
Jyothi Laldas

The recent unrest in KwaZulu-Natal has given rise to home enterprises trying to fill the gaps left by supermarkets that were either looted or are low on stock.

While many operating supermarkets, both large and small, are catering adequately for necessary groceries, luxury items such as cakes, pastries and fresh produce seem harder to come by.

Enter resourceful home gardeners, cooks and bakers, who have seen the need for these essentials and comforts during this trying time.

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