Global Post – It used to be just Kentucky Fried Chicken and McDonald’s wafting the heady smell of American deep-fried food from South African street corners. But in the last few years, there’s been an outright invasion: More and more American fast-food brands are launching in South Africa, with plans for yet more expansion on the continent.
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