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Consumers say president punishes all for sins of a few

ALCOHOL consumers and traders are again up in arms over the latest liquor sales ban, saying they are being punished for the sins of a few. Their cries follow President Cyril Ramaphosa’s announcement this week that the adjusted Covid-19 level 3 lock-down regulations would be extended

It is unclear whether the ban will be effective until the end of the month or until February 15, when the decision to close the borders will be reviewed.

The complaints come against the backdrop of a court challenge

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