Home Government urged to intervene in SA’s ‘biggest-ever wool crisis’ Unless the South African government succeeded in negotiating the lifting of the current ban on wool exports to China, the livelihoods of the industry’s 35 000 full-time and 4 500 seasonal workers will be in jeopardy.

Unless the South African government succeeded in negotiating the lifting of the current ban on wool exports to China, the livelihoods of the industry’s 35 000 full-time and 4 500 seasonal workers will be in jeopardy.

Unless the South African government succeeded in negotiating the lifting of the current ban on wool exports to China, the livelihoods of the industry’s 35 000 full-time and 4 500 seasonal workers will be in jeopardy.

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