South Africans drowning in debt under lockdown hand over 500 cars and 89 homes back to banks

South Africans drowning in debt under lockdown hand over 500 cars and 89 homes back to banks

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By Sihle Mlambo and Chulumanco Mahamba
Johannesburg – At least 500 vehicles and 89 homes have been turned over for auction since the beginning of July as many South Africans continue to drow…
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