SOUTH AFRICA: Tax on liquor could benefit crime victims
A special tax on liquor, firearms and ammunition has been put forward to supplement a fund to compensate victims of violent crime in South Africa. In an extensive 250-page discussion paper the South African Law Commission has linked alcohol to many of the serious crimes plaguing the country.
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