France was great. The Springboks found world cup glory, Mama Joy found love.After making the trip to France to watch the Springboks as a superfan, Mama Joy, known as Joy Chauke by her school teachers, revealed on her social media that she met a French lover.
She shared the first series of images last weekend after she was spoilt with a few Gucci gift goodies before Monday morning’s somewhat raunchy caption and bedr00m image.
Meanwhile, Mama Joy seems to be back home in Mzansi. She recently shared images of her trip to Cape Town to watch her team Royal AM against Cape Town City last Friday.
In other news: Shopping price war 2023: Woolworths vs Checkers vs Pick n Pay vs Spar vs Food Lovers
With South Africans’ finances hampered by high inflation, many will be turning to house brand (white label) goods to help spread their budget.
All of South Africa’s major retailers offer their own branded staples. This includes plenty of fresh produce, long-life products and other non-food items.
This basket looks at ten food items and six non-food items that would likely be found in a standard middle-class basket.
Like last year’s basket, Woolworths, Checkers, Food Lover’s Market, Spar, Pick n Pay’s ‘premium’ store brand (PnP), and Pick n Pay’s No Name branded products are compared.
In terms of overall pricing, Checkers and No Name are tied as the cheapest house brand baskets.
Checkers offers the cheapest food basket overall, while No Name offers the cheapest non-food basket, with R2 separating the two baskets in each category.
On the other end of the prices, Woolworths had the most expensive food and non-food items
South Africans have been battling high levels of inflation over the last year, with the annual consumer price inflation hitting 7.0% in February 2023 – up from 6.9% in January.
Stats SA said that the main contributors to inflation were food and non-alcoholic beverages; housing and utilities; transport; and miscellaneous goods and services.