Alcohol manufacturers and restaurant owners vow not to take new ban lying down as thousands of job cuts loom

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Disgruntled alcohol manufacturers and restaurateurs will not take government’s U-turn lying down
Disgruntled alcohol manufacturers and restaurateurs will not take government’s U-turn lying down
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Disgruntled alcohol manufacturers and restaurateurs will not take government’s U-turn lying down.

They are concerned about the retrenchments that will follow after the renewed ban on the sale of alcohol came into effect last week.

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