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Drinking and driving is one of the deadliest killers on South Africa’s roads and will only be eradicated by solutions like SAB’s Alcohol Evidence Centres, writes Heidi Bartis, SAB’s Director of Communities.
In KwaZulu-Natal, the Easter long weekend saw a total of 47 people killed in road accidents. While all of these accidents have varying causes, we cannot deny that the most dangerous thing we do every day is to get behind the wheel and venture onto our roads.
SAB’s Director of Communities, Heidi Bartis reaffirms SAB’s commitment to responsible consumption and calls on South Africans to come together and be responsible ahead of the Easter holiday season and review their harmful consumption behaviour for their future
Zoleka Lisa: Vice President of Corporate Affairs SA
The alcohol industry has lost over R36bn in revenue and over 200 000 jobs are at risk as a result of the three alcohol bans according to research conducted by FTI Consulting’s Economic Research Unit. Another alcohol ban will damage the entire industry for the long-term at a time when the country needs economic recovery the most.