SA Lockdown: Traders plead for no alcohol ban

Gareth Edwards spoke to Lucky Ntimane, who is the Convenor of the Liquor Traders Formations.

JOHANNESBURG - Liquor traders are pleading with the government to be allowed to continue with off-premises alcohol sales.

This as the country navigates the second wave of Covid-19 and rumours of imminent harder lockdown.

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The organisation says a total shut-down of liquor sales will mean the loss of 250,000 direct jobs.

eNCA's Gareth Edwards spoke to Lucky Ntimane from the Liquor Traders Formation.

Watch the video above


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