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South African Breweries should look at its own shortcomings regarding its financial woes, rather than continuously point fingers at the Cape's wine producers. Wine producer organisation, VinPro, is strongly against SAB's claims that a "wine lake" of cheap wine on the domestic market was one of the main problems for the slump in its domestic beer sales.


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