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Liquor trading organisations vow not to let Ramaphosa dictate when trade can happen should he continue to ignore their calls

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Gatvol liquor trading organisations, the National Liquor Traders Council and Liquor Traders Association of South Africa have vowed to restart liquor trading should President Cyril Ramaphosa continue to avoid their calls for a meeting. Picture: Muhammad Hussain/City Press
Gatvol liquor trading organisations, the National Liquor Traders Council and Liquor Traders Association of South Africa have vowed to restart liquor trading should President Cyril Ramaphosa continue to avoid their calls for a meeting. Picture: Muhammad Hussain/City Press

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Gatvol liquor trading organisations, the National Liquor Traders Council and Liquor Traders Association of South Africa have vowed to restart liquor trading should President Cyril Ramaphosa continue to avoid their calls for a meeting to discuss other alternatives of assisting both the healthcare sector and alcohol traders.

Current gazetted restrictions under level 3 of the lockdown hinder the sale of alcohol.

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