Black-owned wine businesses struggling the most to survive alcohol ban, says Vinpro
/ 9 July 2021

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

The industry is hoping the government will scrap the latest ban on alcohol during the next national address on the Covid-19 pandemic, expected on Sunday

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Covid caution infects investors
/ 5 February 2021

Covid caution infects investors

The pandemic has forced some companies to cancel or pause capital expenditure, jeopardising long-term economic growth

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SA must fix its ‘dop system’
/ 22 September 2020

SA must fix its ‘dop system’

The Covid-19 lockdown has exposed the effects of South Africa’s weak alcohol regulations. Government and health campaigners want tougher policies, but the liquor giants are pushing back