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Proven ways to make money online in South Africa

With high rates of youth unemployment and no apparent prospects of the economy improving anytime soon, fellow South Africans should start looking for work elsewhere to support themselves and their families.

The internet is a great place to start because there are so many ways to make money and the hurdles to entry are low. All you need is a smartphone or laptop to get started.

Don't just sit around doing nothing while you're seeking for a job or waiting for the UIF's bank notification; check out the sites below to make money online in South Africa;


Rob Anderson founded Brand Hubb, a South African e-commerce business, in 2016.

Basically, all you have to do is share their advertising on your social network profile and get rewarded; you may earn up to R3 each day doing so.

For additional information, see their website.

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To put it another way, if you want an enormous payout, this is without a doubt the way to go.

You can earn up to R10 000.00 each month if you are consistent in your writing.Simply create articles on any topic and get paid for it, that's all there is to it.

You are compensated based on the amount of people who click on your articles to read them. Opera includes a built-in system for distributing your articles across several platforms. 


Many people believe that taking surveys is a waste of time since they never pay out, but this is far from the case.

Surveys do pay off, as evidenced by the following:


Toluna is a better alternative because it has offices in South Africa and offers a variety of options, including daily quizzes, competitions, and challenges in which you can earn money.


Swagbucks is the most well-known and well-established survey site, where users are paid to answer easy questions on a regular basis.

There you have it: tried and true ways to generate money online in South Africa with that phone you use all the time.

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