South Africa raises liquor ban, faculty openings delayed

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Tonight’s version: Many South Africans stood outdoors the liquor shops and celebrated with cheers when alcohol gross sales have been allowed once more after a two-month ban as a result of coronavirus outbreak. For faculties, the federal government postponed the deliberate opening of the 2 grades for one more week in order that undervalued faculties might make preparations like giving out protecting clothes to the academics. The date of return of faculties throughout the nation is now June 8.

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