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At the proverbial eleventh hour before level 5 lockdown began in the autumn of 2020, there were still long queues of people at stores all over South Africa. We were trying to buy those last-minute things we thought we would need during a time when lots of things would be prohibited as ‘non-essential’ items.

Well, the booze soon ran out and the price of pineapples soared as everybody tried to brew their own beer – some apparently successfully and others with dire results! Trying to skip peeling pineapples and going

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