SOUTH AFRICA: War against illegal liquor takes new turn
The South African liquor industry is taking no prisoners in an attempt to wipe out the sale of illegal alcoholic products, which were threatening to get out of hand towards the end of last year. The industry has turned its attention to retailers, attempting to force them to stop selling illegal, cheap cane spirit products in the guise of brandy and whisky. They are refusing to supply a retailer in Natal when it was still found to be transgressing after being warned.
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