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Liziwe Ndalana

Cape Town – When Rosemary Mosia, 49, moved to Cape Town in 2001, she didn't know anything about wine and didn't even drink it. All this changed when her friends invited her to visit wine farms along the Cape wine route.

The owner of The Bridge of Hope Wines tells fondly of how a friend’s father in Soweto who ran a grocery store ignited the entrepreneurial spark in her at a very young age.

She started selling sweets when she was still in primary school, just so that she could have pocket money like other children.

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