WATCH | BASA wants alcohol bans declared invalid DStv403
The Beer Association of South Africa (BASA) is going to court to have alcohol bans reviewed. The association wants alcohol bans declared irrational, invalid and set aside.
CEO of The Beer Association of South Africa Patricia Pillay speaks to #eNCA. Courtesy#eNCAJOHANNESBURG - The alcohol industry says it has been doing its part in ramping up efforts for vaccination.The industry is threatened by another shutdown due to increasing cases and it now wants the courts to intervene.
READ:The Beer Association of South Africa (BASA) is going to court to have alcohol bans reviewed.The association wants alcohol bans declared irrational, invalid and set aside.Its application listed alcohol bans from July and December 2020 as well as June 2021.
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To my surprise those who sleep over at the shebeens and tarvens they don't test positive and they don't even bother to wear musk, lena bago hlohlona kedi medical aid ke lena le test positive. I don’t drink but this is absolutely nonsensical! I don’t understand why they have to go to these lengths, people are already battling to make ends meet and, don’t tell me that govt. officials do not buy alcohol during these bans! 🤨
Yes,,,stop treating us like kids..why should everyone be punished because some can't handle there alcohol..banning it does not solve the problem.. , Ban alcohol or even restrict, 300k jobs gone in 24hrs. It’s also about ICUs that get full with all the accidents and violence linked to alcohol abuse . Good Afternoon Kindly share my message if you can’t assist 🙏🏾 Can anyone please assist me with a food voucher so that I can buy some veggies to at least last me up until I receive my stipend. I’m currently an apprentice busy with my practicals. Contact details: 071 950 3434
Sebedakwe ibona utshwala kwaylabo ngeke sizwe ngabo sophuza obesizulu nomzambiya I agree but correct me if I'm wrong. Does the Disaster Management Act not specifically ban alcohol? Alcohol major contributor to covid spread whether we like it or not Am not against alcohol, but some alcohol users can be barbaric at times....alcohol is responsible for high accident rate not covid rate....So behave guys we know you're drinking ur money....
SA Lockdown | Discussion | Basa goes to court over alcohol bansThe alcohol industry has been one of the hardest hit since the start of the COVID-19 lockdown. Hard lockdown on the cards level 4. 🤣🤣🤣I'd do the same shame it's been 2yrs in a row where they lost a lucrative December sales because of this Covid Government aka sicabangeli what about our jobs in the Hospitality industry 😢
I support This is a bribe they are trying to corn you in a corner so that you can go and vaccinate if you don't go and vaccinate the alcohol is going to be banned. There is no alcohol ban, are you calling for it They should ban large gatherings not alcohol.
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