Booze ban is a misdiagnosis of South Africa's alcohol problem

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The social and economic cost of alcohol abuse is enormous, and affects almost everyone. Photo: File
The social and economic cost of alcohol abuse is enormous, and affects almost everyone. Photo: File

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The expression, unfortunate as it is, reflects those problems that require a creative mind-set and not a rigid approach indifferent to the complexities of life and, therefore, of problems.

Unfortunately, South Africa’s response each time the number of Covid-19 infections rises has been rather predictable.

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