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The acceptance of Cape Town in the Great Wine Capitals Global Network Charter is a further boost to its adjoining winelands, which last year generated tourism related earnings of R3.5 billion (US$434m). At a ceremony in Oporto in Portugal, this week, Cape Town joined six other cities on four continents to promote mutual economic, cultural and intellectual ties, as well as to boost city as a wine-tourism centre.


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