Hunter’s has launched its first new variant in three years, and this time it’s looking to shake up the non-alcoholic cider category with Hunter’s Chilled Non-alcoholic.


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Hunter’s Launches Chilled Non-alcoholic Cider, To Drink Wherever And Whenever!

Hunter’s has launched its first new variant in three years, and this time it’s looking to shake up the non-alcoholic cider category with Hunter’s Chilled Non-alcoholic.



A Cape Town restaurant staffer has recounted how she was smashed back into her coffee shop by a powerful jet of water fired from a water cannon during a protest.


Starbucks Is Hosting A Summer Games That Can Win You Coupons And Rewards Points

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Meet The Future: Sa Wine Farm Launches Hybrid & Virtual Conferencing

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There’s Only One Thing That Can Save South Africa’s Wine Industry From Disaster

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Global Tonic Water Market Demand, Growth Factors, Trends And Overview

A new research by MarketResearch.Biz on Tonic Water gives complete guidance which provides the most recent Tonic Water market patterns like market development openings, size, share and drivers. This T

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Restaurateurs, coffee shops, an internet cafe, and the DA shadow minister for transport Manny de Freitas were drenched by a police water cannon during a hospitality industry protest outside parliament


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#serveusplease: Restaurant Industry Protest To Parliament Met With Water Cannons And Reports Of Tear Gas


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#jobssavelives Cape Town Protests In Pictures

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Look: Police Blast Peaceful Picket At Parliament With Water Cannon, Then Injure Waitress At Coffee Shop

So over-the-top was the actions of the SAPS outside his Cape Town CBD shop on Friday that the owner, David Donde, thought he was back in the 1980s facing the apartheid police's water cannon armed with