With youth unemployment looming at high percentages and no clear signs of the economy recovering any time soon, fellow South Africans should start looking elsewhere to make an income for themselves and their families.
The internet is the right place to start because there’s tons of opportunities to make money and the barriers of entry are little to none with just a smartphone or laptop.
While you’re still busy looking for a job or waiting for NSFAS’s bank notification, don’t just sit around doing nothing, check this platforms out below in which you can make money online in South Africa:
Brand Hubb is a South African e-commerce store launched back in 2016 by Rob Anderson.
Basically, all you gotta do is share their ads on your social media page and get paid for it, you can make up to R3 per day. Checkout their website for more info: Brandhubb
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Well to put it in simple terms, if you want huge Randelas, this is the way to go without no doubt. Depending on your consistency in writing, you can make up to R10K per month.
All you gotta do is just write articles of any topics and get paid for it, simple as that. You’re paid according to the number of people who click to read your articles.
Don’t worry, you don’t even have to share the articles, Opera has an inbuilt system in place to distribute your articles across different platforms.
For more info, visit: Opera News Hub
A lot people have been saying answering surveys is just a waste of data because they never pay out but that’s far from the truth. Surveys do pay out and here’s the proof below:
Toluna is the better option because it even has offices in South Africa, it has many opportunities not only with surveys but daily quizes, competitions and challenges of which you get paid to participate.
Swagbucks is definitely the most established and well known survey site, on a daily basis users get to answer simple questions and get paid for it.
There you have it, proven ways on which you can make money online in South Africa with that phone you’re always using.