While everyone is moving to the online world, there are still plenty of opportunities to make money offline in South Africa.
And today, I want to show you 5 ways you can earn some additional income offline. I’m excited to share these income ideas with you because I know everyone wants to earn money online nowadays.
Without wasting your time, let’s get started.
1. Car Advertising
If you have a clean car, preferably white in colour, you can turn it into a moving billboard. Print other companies’ products and services on your car for a monthly fee.
2. Sell Clothes
I have seen people selling their clean and worthy to be sold clothes at crowded places such as taxi ranks and train stations in South Africa.
This is a great opportunity to earn money offline because things are just expensing and people can’t afford clothes anymore.
You could also sell them online on popular marketplaces such as Facebook and Gumtree.
Yes, there’s still a lot of demand for printing services in South Africa. Not all households have printers at home but often want to have hard copies of electronic documents.
A great business opportunity for an internet cafe in your area. This is a lucrative and underrated business idea you can build and start earning money offline.
And later expand your business to offer a wide range of printing services such as t-shirt printing, flyers, business cards, and so on.
4. Sell Electronics And Devices
You can sell unused electronics for cash in South Africa. For example, your old laptop which you no longer use can earn you between R950 – R1500 depending on the state of its quality.
Have the skills for landscaping and gardening?
There’s a family in your area that requires your services to keep their yard clean and good conditioned. Another great opportunity to earn that extra income on weekends to supplement your salary.
When your customer base grows, you can hire and teach people to do the work on your behalf while preparing to operate the business full-time.