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KZN Liquor Authority launches new underage drinking campaign

The authority’s Carol Mbhele says they are faced with several reports of underage alcohol abuse ECR_Newswatch KZN The KZN Liquor Authority says it’s set a new target to prevent underage drinking in the province. The authority’s Carol Mbhele says they are faced with a number of reports of underage alcohol abuse. “Underage drinking, learners accessing

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Monitor your children’s exposure to alcohol: KZN Liquor Authority

One of the challenges the programme aims to address is teenage pregnancy The KwaZulu-Natal Liquor Authority has urged parents to monitor their children’s exposure to alcohol. The authority’s board visited Vikingozi secondary school this past week where it emphasised the importance of education to pupils. “It is of utmost importance to make informed choices that

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KZN Liquor Authority involved in outreach programmes at schools

KZNLA chairperson said parental involvement in such programmes was vital. The KwaZulu-Natal Liquor Authority (KZNLA) collaborated with key stakeholders for a school outreach programme called “Children with a Future Don’t Drink”, to raise awareness about the detrimental impact of underage drinking on pupils. As part of the programme’s efforts to address socio-economic challenges caused by

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A reporter talks to the 16-year-old girl who was allegedly gang-raped by six boys, aged between 15 and 17 years, They had apparently been drinking at a local tavern despite being underage. With her is her mother and a policeman

Underage drinking remains a continual scourge

Acting CEO of the KZN Liquor Authority has urged young people to prioritize their well-being by abstaining from alcohol until they reach the legal drinking age. The KwaZulu Natal Liquor Authority has urged residents to be vigilant as underage drinking remains a prevalent issue in many communities. This was stressed by the acting CEO of the authority Bheki Mbanjwa

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