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South Africans score poorly in sleeping well

South Africans, just like a multitude of other nations across the globe have been struggling to get some shut-eye this year.

The findings formed part of the 2020 City Sleep Index with researchers suggesting that the Covid-19 pandemic may be responsible for keeping citizens around the world more awake at night.

“2020 has been

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