Lockdown restrictions saw many businesses take a financial knock, but entrepreneurs are fighting against the odds, using the hashtag #help_me_promote_my_business_challenge…

Regulations implemented during lockdown to curb the spread of Covid-19 meant that businesses were not getting the kind of customer traffic they had become accustomed to prior to the lockdown.

The past few months have seen most businesses struggling to stay afloat. Some even had to shit their doors permanently when there was no income to speak of.

Small business owners have channelled the power of social media with a challenge that asks the public to share posts about their income-generating activities.

The hashtag is gaining traction as thousands of people take to social media to bring attention to their hustles.

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From pulpits and biltong sales to legal services, these are just some of the businesses asking for support.

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