SA's drugs and dop capital

South Africa
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. 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. 

-eNCA

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