SOUTH AFRICA: At least R160m lost to illegal liquor industry operations

By Arnold Kirkby | 4 November 2002

An estimated R160m is lost annually in excise duties on spirits alone through fraudulent and other illegal activities in the South African liquor industry.

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An estimated R160m is lost annually in excise duties on spirits alone through fraudulent and other illegal activities in the South African liquor industry.

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