British American Tobacco has announced that it has started legal proceedings to challenge government’s decision to extend the ban on tobacco sales under level three of the lockdown.
It made the announcement in a statement on Friday morning.
Government has come under fire from smokers around the country for refusing to allow the sale of cigarettes from Monday – when the country moves to level 3 lockdown – but giving alcohol the green light.
Sustainable Corporate Travel: A New Take On Travelling Light
Joburg Water Blames Constant Power Failures For Water Crisis
Gassing Up Western Cape Grid
Cosatu Wants Answers From Government Over Bester Escape
Ramokgopa Highlights Design Flaws In Medupi Construction
Thabo Bester Did Not Die In A Fire But Escaped From Prison – DCS
SA Won’t Go Beyond Stage 6 Power Cuts – Ramokgopa
Medical Fees Rise By 5.3% In February – Stats SA
Power Cuts Case Continues
Ramokgopa Tours Troubled Tutuka
EFF’s No-Confidence Motion Against Speaker Fails
The National Treasury Should Do More To Alleviate Household Costs Of Loadshedding