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Celebrity chef Reuben Riffel on stringent covid-19 regulations


As thousands take to the street for the #jobssavelives restaurant protest, celebrity chef and restaurateur Reuben Riffel says it feels like government is treating South Africans like children with its stringent covid-19 regulations.

In an interview with Food For Mzansi editor Dawn Noemdoe, the owner of the Reuben’s restaurant empire says, “We are left in a position where we can’t really make our own decisions, like when to go out and have a drink or a smoke. It has become a bit paternalistic.”

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