Huge queues stretching for kilometres have formed for food after shops were shut. Riots in South Africa have seen many centres and warehouses looted, and the supply to retail chains disrupted.
Massive lines formed before supermarkets as the government struggled to restore order.
Long lines also have gathered at gas stations – with the country is now also experiencing a shortage of fuel.
Police escorts brought much-needed fuel to local gas stations after fuel looting.
The wave of protests began over the arrest of former President Jacob Zuma, some of the biggest in South Africa for decades. It’s believed at least 117 people have died and over 1,000 arrested.