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South Africa Allows Wine Exports to Resume as Lockdown Eases

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South Africa will allow all agricultural exports including wine and wool to resume under new lockdown regulations.

The country will move to a national alert level 4 from Friday after five weeks of a strict lockdown, during which most industries were shut and the economy ground to a halt.