Unfortunately, after days of unrest, our local supply chains are shattered and our communities have been left with a dwindling supply of essential goods.

Many of our shops have been trashed and looted, and despite flocking to stores from as early as 3am – waiting for up to eight hours – to get basic groceries, many are still without.

’Yethu are working around the clock with our partners and our fleet to make sure those who need it the most are getting groceries and medical supplies.

Join us in this effort or if you have goods that you want delivered to our townships, just let us know here or email us at iwant@yethu.africa