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Shops in South Africa sold beer and wine for the first time on a Sunday this week. The move follows the end of laws left over from the apartheid era, which banned alcohol sales on a Sunday.
 
The move, which has found opposition from religious groups, has seen shops in the Gauteng region allowed to sell alcohol until 3.30pm on Sundays and public holidays.

Drinkers have been allowed to buy alcohol in bars and restaurants for a number of years.

 


Sectors: Beer & cider, Wine

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