EDITORIAL | Be angry at partygoers, not Ramaphosa, for new booze ban | News24

It is a pity that the majority of people should be punished for the sins of a minority, but Ramaphosa cannot be faulted for reinstating the ban after several reports of boozy gatherings.

2020-07-12 11:02:00 PM

It is a pity that the majority of people should be punished for the sins of a minority, but Ramaphosa cannot be faulted for reinstating the ban after several reports of boozy gatherings.

It is a pity that the majority of people should be punished for the sins of a minority, but Ramaphosa cannot be faulted for reinstating the ban after several reports of boozy gatherings.

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