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Consumers have been panic buying goods across the country and shelves have been left bare.

The Consumer Goods Council of South Africa has called on consumers to report businesses to the Competition Commission if they are charging unreasonably high prices during this time of anxiety.

This comes after consumers were seen in viral videos on social medic panic buying at stores across the country due to Covid-19 after President Cyril Ramaphosa declared a national disaster on Sunday.

Carl Wastie spoke to Patricia Pillay on #TheFlashDrive from the Consumer Goods Council of South Africa about price gouging, the implications of and penalties for individuals and businesses who are reported and found guilty of such practice.

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