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SA’s wine industry, a main economic driver contributing R38bn to the fiscus, is confused and frustrated after the government reversed a decision to allow exports during the lockdown period.

Earlier in April the government updated regulations to permit the transport of wines and fresh produce through seaports and airports for export. The updated regulations meant that the industry, which supports 300,000 jobs, would be allowed to export all finished wine — bottled and boxed...

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