Alcohol consumption in Taverns has yielded dismal results in recent months. The vast majority of those who died were teenagers. The cause of death in Taverns varies depending on the tragic event.
The discovery of an illegal brewery in Katlehong raises numerous concerns about the quality of alcohol sold to the public. Hawks and other officials discovered a factory producing illegal alcohol in Katlehong, east of Johannesburg. On Tuesday morning, September 6, 2022, the people running the illegal brewery were apprehended right-handed.
The illegal liquor discovered on the scene is estimated to be worth R5 million, and 11 suspects were apprehended, 10 of whom are suspected to be foreign nationals and one South African. Home Affairs will conduct an additional investigation into the suspects’ nationality. A formal investigation has begun.
People accuse the government of allowing illegal immigrants to do whatever they want.
- “Unfortunately, people are dying in taverns after consuming such, this government doesn’t care about its people, it’s a shame that time and time again they prove us right that it’s a selfish entity that doesn’t value its citizens in any way.”
Gauteng @SAPoliceService arrested 11 suspects for dealing in illicit liqour production with an estimated street value of R5 000 000 in Katlehong @City_Ekurhuleni. The 11 suspects of which 10 are suspected to be foreign nationals were arrested.The suspects will be processed by DHA pic.twitter.com/DIE0IvqYTM
— BEAST OF NEWS (@EversonLuhanga) September 6, 2022