The owner of Enyobeni Tavern in East London is in hot water. Vuyokazi Ndevu could be arrested after the Eastern Cape liquor board's decision to open criminal charges against her. The board says Ndevu broke the liquor law act by selling alcohol to teens.
Here are comments about the owner of Enyobeni tavern facing the law
"Strong laws need to be put in place to prevent children from drinking including actually arresting the children when they are found drinking and detaining them at juvenile facilities as is done in developed countries..parents also need to take ownership and monitor their children's activities..imagine what other things these kids get up to when drunk..just pass by SASSA offices and see the ages of some mothers applying for grants and you will see where we are headed"
"Liquor board is doing their part.
Now we want minister to charge the parents with negligence"
"they should also arrest the irresponsible parents as well...."
"These are the failures of the government and parents.... government to enforce law and order and parents to take responsibilities of their children"
"Even if he didn't sell to those kids they were going ask adults to buy for them"
"This kind of tragedy shows that somethings in this country aren't well, some of significant institutions of the state are dysfunctional....state its self lack leadership...this country bit by bit is collapsing... It's seem like this kind of outrageous events will keep on coming....it's so Said that SA has turned into lawless and corruption paradise ...."
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