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South Africans are becoming more worried about the increases in food prices during the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic.

2020-07-04 02:01:00 PM

South Africans are becoming more worried about the increases in food prices during the Covid-19 pandemic, according to a survey conducted by Ipsos.

South Africans are becoming more worried about the increases in food prices during the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic.

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