1. Tobacco industry makes people sick: Jessie Duarte backs Dlamini-Zuma  TimesLIVE
  2. Lockdown: Dlamini-Zuma pushes for tobacco, alcohol ban to continue until Level 1  News24
  3. Will the tobacco ban be rolled into SA's level 3 lockdown regulations?  HeraldLIVE
  4. Burning questions over Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma's cigarette ban motives  DispatchLIVE
  5. OPINION | It's time for the government to trust South Africans to make informed decisions  News24
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ANC deputy secretary-general Jessie Duarte has launched a scathing attack on the tobacco industry.ANC deputy secretary-general Jessie Duarte has launched a scathing attack on the tobacco industry.

Tobacco industry makes people sick: Jessie Duarte backs Dlamini-Zuma

Cooperative Governance Minister Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma has told the National Coronavirus Command Council that the sale of tobacco and alcohol should continue to be banned until the country reaches Level 1 of the lockdown.Cooperative Governance Minister Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma has told the National Coronavirus Command Council that the sale of tobacco and alcohol should continue to be banned until the country reaches Level 1 of the lockdown.

Lockdown: Dlamini-Zuma pushes for tobacco, alcohol ban to continue until Level 1 | News24

Many are looking forward to level 3 lockdown come 1 June when the sale of tobacco and alcohol will be allowed again, but, if a new report is anything to go by, this may not happen as hoped.Many are looking forward to level 3 lockdown come 1 June when the sale of tobacco and alcohol will be allowed again, but, if a new report is anything to go by, this may not happen as hoped.

Tweeps see red over report Dlamini-Zuma wants booze, tobacco sold at level 1

By and large South Africans supported the national coronavirus lockdown at its start. While there were grumbles about the alcohol and tobacco bans, those voices were muted while they still had enough of their go-to crutches to keep them occupied. As the days drew longer and stocks dwindled the angry voices grew louder.By and large South Africans supported the national coronavirus lockdown at its start. While there were grumbles about the alcohol and tobacco bans, those voices were muted while they still had enough of their go-to crutches to keep them occupied. As the days drew longer and stocks dwindled the angry voices grew louder.

Burning questions over Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma's cigarette ban motives

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Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma has allegedly suggested banning the sale of booze and smokes until lockdown Level 1. The reaction has been seismic.Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma has allegedly suggested banning the sale of booze and smokes until lockdown Level 1. The reaction has been seismic.

NDZ faces backlash over alleged plot to 'extend ban on booze and cigs'

Will the ban on tobacco be extended even further, into level three of the lockdown regulations? Free Market Foundation CEO Leon Louw believes the ban may continue. “Smokers should be prepared to pay R20 for a single cigarette or R200 a box for many months to come. The pandemic will be with us in some […]

Will the tobacco ban be rolled into SA's level 3 lockdown regulations? - Talk of the Town

Minister Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma argues in favour of extending the ban when restrictions are next relaxed.Minister Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma argues in favour of extending the ban when restrictions are next relaxed.

Easing of South Africa lockdown may bring no respite for smokers - Moneyweb

News24 reports that Dlamini-Zuma has told the National Coronavirus Command Council (NCCC) that the sale of tobacco and alcohol should continue to be banned until the country reaches alert level 1.News24 reports that Dlamini-Zuma has told the National Coronavirus Command Council (NCCC) that the sale of tobacco and alcohol should continue to be banned until the country reaches alert level 1.

Dlamini-Zuma Wants To Ban Alcohol And Tobacco Sales Until Alert Level 1 – 2oceansvibe News | South African and international news

South Africa media have reported that the country's Cooperative Governance Minister Nkosazana Clarice Dlamini-Zuma has told the National Coronavirus Command Cou...South Africa media have reported that the country's Cooperative Governance Minister Nkosazana Clarice Dlamini-Zuma has told the National Coronavirus Command Cou...

South Africans to start drinking alcohol only at Level 1 - Bulawayo24 News

Will the ban on cigarettes be extended even further, into level three of the lockdown regulations?Will the ban on cigarettes be extended even further, into level three of the lockdown regulations?

Will the tobacco ban be rolled into SA's level 3 lockdown regulations?

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