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Rustic touches, blast from the past: Cafe1967 serves up style

Publication date 06 August 2020 | 23:11 | ICT

As the rollercoaster year of 2020 continues to disrupt lives the world over, it’s nice to know that one can still relax and enjoy a nice drink at a cosy cafe that takes you back to the 1960s.

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