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‘Structural racism’ at heart of winery wage strike at Robertson (South Africa)

I wanted to comment that Robertson Winery Cab is a wonderful red which we enjoy in Mt Vernon, Washington State, US. We are lucky to get it here maybe once every couple years and then its supply is gone. Sorry to hear Robertson Winery is suffering labor issues but we have them here too. Agriculture labor is a hard road to a comfortable quality of life. I was raised in that sector as a child however my parents had the right notion that an education was key to pulling our britches out of the mud and into professions that sustain reasonable salaries and wages. Not only did my parents clue (...)

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