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Brewing concern

As the country is forced into lockdown by the killer virus, COVID-19, women around Ngamiland who are faced with the insurmountable task of feeding young children and their families continue to be arrested for illegal sales of home brewed liquor.

In Seronga for instance three women aged between 25 and 40 were arrested for defying the ban of liquor sales and charged for the offence.

Confirming the charges, Seronga police station commander, Peter Masole said the women were caught in different homes following tip offs from members of the community.

“Seronga is a relatively small village ...

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