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SOUTH AFRICA: New liquor legislation planned for the Cape

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The Western Cape Provincial Administration is invoking its rights to draw up new liquor legislation following a Constitution Court ruling last year that national legislation imposed on provincial competencies. An initial policy document has been drawn up, which on one hand wants to make the alcoholic beverage industry more accessible, while imposing severe penalties on those who flout the law.


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