Alcohol abuse is a reality and African countries have been identified as the most affected by harm caused by alcohol consumption.
The striding man changed direction in 1999 for the launch of the Keep Walking campaign, to depict him walking forwards into the new millennium.
The WWSA is considered the world’s most important wine & spirits competition judged by women with the judging panel comprising 100 of the most influential female wine buyers around the globe.
The Act will raise the earnings of an estimated six million South Africans who currently earn below this level.
When they see the shebeen permit, they say it has expired and they confiscate liquor without following proper procedures.
Liquor traders are hardworking people who sacrifice much to improve their lives and those of their families.
The world’s no. 1 cider is positioning itself to South African consumers as the perfect drink for the long chill as it can be enjoyed during the day and well into the night.
This is indeed embarrassing to all shebeeners who are expected to comply with the Act which does not acknowledge their very existence!
The South African economy suffered a loss of R6.4-billion in 2017 due to illicit alcohol activities, an industry that generates an annual revenue of R12.9-billion and which is unregulated.
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