Black-owned wine businesses struggling the most to survive alcohol ban, says Vinpro

Wine-related businesses are battling to survive South Africa’s fifth ban on alcohol since the first one was implemented last year in response to the Covid-19 pandemic. 

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Eunice Stoltz
Eunice Stoltz is a general news reporter at the Mail & Guardian.

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