The sector revealed that it could not afford to have another ban on alcohol sales .The government has been forced to ban alcohol sale and transportation in the previous periods of the second and third waves.
Since the Christmas holiday is slowly approaching, the sector pleaded with the government not to impose an alcohol ban .
They called on the government to handle the Covid-19 4th wave with extreme caution and to allow Science to decide on how things should be handled .
Mr Lucky Ntimane , who is the spokesperson for National Liquor Trade revealed that the liquor traders were fearing that the alcohol ban would be implemented as the 4th wave was approaching .He added that the economy could not afford to have another alcohol ban or other restrictions on alcohol.
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