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Health minister Zweli Mkhize appealed to South Africans to do more to help break the cycle of infection.

ban on the sale of wines locallyhas pushed more companies to seek to sell their wines overseas, but the continuing ban on overseas travel has made it

more difficult to introduce more SA wines to overseas markets.“The ban on the sale of wine affects my total trading ability. It negates me as a business.”

Source: Healthcare Press (healthcarepress.net)

 

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