It is alleged that, The Eastern Cape Liquor Board (ECLB) intends to lay criminal charges against and revoke the liquor licence of East London-based Enyobeni Tavern, where 21 young patrons mysteriously died in the early hours of Sunday morning.
Many of these licenses are obtained through bribery, hence some of these taverns don't even meet the expected requirements.This is South Africa, everything is corrupt, bribery is the trump card, whether you a government organization or not.
We are to be blamed, we put a corrupted head to government .If the head is corrupt the entire body will follow.
The parents should be charged with child neglect too. Horrendous that they allow their young children to frequent these places.
I truly hope that they will check every tavern's and shebeen's liquor licence and check that they don't serve underage children. If this is the norm, then the Enyobeni Tavern owner should not be the only culprit.
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