SA's drugs and dop capital

eNCA reporter Lester Kiewits delves into the MRC's research that puts the Western Cape is the often touted drug and alcohol capital of the country. Video: eNCA

Cape Town - Two out of every three Western Cape youths will be drinking by the time they turn 16. And half of them will be smokers.

The findings were presented from a new survey by the Medical Research Council.

Evidence showed that young people are becoming exposed to so-called gateway drugs far earlier than before.

 

Watch: eNCA reporter Lester Kiewit delves into the MRC's research that puts the Western Cape is the often touted drug and alcohol capital of the country. 

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