Much like how every time we need answers someone says ‘Google it’, when South Africans need to buy and sell they turn to Gumtree.
Over the past 11 years they’ve helped with the sale of millions of items, and ‘put it on Gumtree’ has become a saying most of us are familiar with.
It’s become a place we’re comfortable doing business, and the distinctive layout plays well on both desktop and mobile devices.
Of course it’s free, but you knew that already – some more info to sink your teeth into:
What are you waiting for? Make some extra bucks, find the deal you’re after, stumble across a hidden gem – you’ll find it all on Gumtree.
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More and more South Africans are looking for a way to supplement their income with a cheeky sale online, which means a few tips should come in handy.
Petrolheads will be counting down the days until this weekend’s Cape Town Motor Show, and we have six double tickets to give away to our readers.
Sometimes we all need a little reminder of some feelgood stories from around these parts, which is why we’re digging these so much.
If you’re still on the hunt for a Christmas present for a younger member of your family, we have a few ideas that won’t break the bank.
We haven’t heard from Ryanair’s CEO in a while, but then all of a sudden he is advertising an assistant position requiring very unusual qualities.
Eskom CEO Brian Molefe might be crying crocodile tears, but we are crying with laughter at another classic Gumtree ad comes to light. Whiskey, anyone?
I know there seems to be a competition every which way you turn these days, but surely you’re a fool if you don’t spare two minutes for a shot at R100 000?
Car insurance is a necessary evil, and most of us like to think we’ll be looked after. Best you make sure you’re not falling into one of these traps though.
Once you’ve uploaded your snaps to Instagram they’re there for all to see, but why not go one better and take it to the next level?
We know the Atlantic Seaboard is rammed full of property gems, but a little further afield your money can also land you a mighty fine view.
Nelson Mandela, Francois Pienaar, Kitch Christie – all names immortalised during the 1995 Rugby World Cup. You prepared to pay for your nostalgia?
Somebody’s junk could be another person’s jewels, which is why it pays to know what’s worth serious cash on the interweb. Have any of these lying around?
When it comes to buying and selling cars a few names spring to mind, but you might be surprised by who’s beating the rest out of the blocks.
I don’t think you can put a price on the experience of winning an Olympic medal, but history has shown us you can put a price on the medal itself.
An R85 breakfast isn’t going to break the bank, but it does point to the kind of meal you should be starting the day with. Decent setting, too.
You probably have an old phone or two lying somewhere around the house, but I’m willing to bet you can’t touch this collection.
If you happen to have a drone lying around why not step it up a notch and land yourself a slithery reptile? It’s the obvious choice.
That old saying of “one man’s trash is another man’s treasure” rings loud and true here, and it’s certainly something to think about. Online garage sale, anyone?
There are many reasons people sell their cars on Gumtree but we have yet to come across something like this in an advert. Shame guy, someone snap this car up and help a brother out.
We are all people on the go, and when we want something to go, we want it gone now. Enter this amazingly wonderful app. It will change buying and selling for ever.
From libraries and vintage studies filled with expensive cigar smoke, to ad agencies and hypnotherapy offices – nothing quite does it like the ever-desirable Chesterfield sofa. Where did this beauty originate?
When I think about the amount of iPod Classics I have lost, I want to cry, and yes, I now have an iPod touch now that is crammed full of music and photographs and not enough storage space…
Another stunning ad from Gumtree – We thoroughly enjoyed it. Happy Friday
The next time you’re out surfing Gumtree for your next big bargain, be sure to keep your eyes peeled for their next big promotion. Check this one out….
So this guy, Rick, contacts me and says he bought ‘Work is a sideline, Live the holiday’ and has had great success implementing the ideas, tips and strategies I gave in SA’s next bestseller. Listen to this.
As the intelligent, hard working readers that you are, it would surely be totally out of your character to turn such an easy cash giveaway like this down?