#LeapDay Look at Albany Bread Best Before at Somalian spaza shop in South Africa, This raise a question if somalian buys real Bread or they make their own bread.

Around the corner, less than 200m away, is another Bangladeshi-owned shop. Muhammed (who also did not want his surname disclosed) has been in South Africa for three years. “They need to deal with them [our spazas]. This is how the world operates,” he says.

Secured with steel bars, chains and a security door, his tiny spaza is packed to capacity with goods. Muhammed says the locals need to learn how to run a successful business.“When Shoprite charges R12.50 for Albany [bread], I charge R11.50,” he explains. “For the cigarette it charges R2.50; I charge R2. And I sell on credit.”