Cape Town sees a drop in alcohol on beaches

The City of Cape Town says it is cautiously optimistic following a 20% decline in the amount of alcohol confiscated at its beaches during the festive season. According to the city, law enforcement officials seized over 17,000 bottles of alcohol between October last year and January 2024. It said Camps[…]

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Tobacco experts questions lack of ‘regulation’ of alcohol industry

NATIONAL Tobacco experts have questioned why government has not pursued similar regulation for the alcohol industry. It comes as the Tobacco and Products and Electronic Delivery Systems Control Bill prepares to reach Parliament. Stakeholders agree alcohol causes much greater harm than tobacco, particularly during the festive season. The Health Department[…]

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Curbing alcohol abuse- liquor traders’ responsibility

The Liquor Traders Association says while alcohol abuse remains one of the biggest contributors to crime in South Africa – the public has an equal responsibility to curb the crisis. Police Minister Bheki Cele released the latest crime statistics on Friday – showing very high contact crime in communities with[…]

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